Published On: Fri, Jun 4th, 2021

Lux Industries begins Covid-19 vaccination drive for employees

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Limited, an Indian hosiery producer and exporter, said that it is carrying out a Covid-19 vaccination drive for all its employees, free of cost.

The vaccination drive from the Indian underwear company will also be extended to the family members of the employees and also people living in the nearby areas of the company’s manufacturing plants.

Ashok Kumar Todi – Chairman of Lux Industries said: “Employees are our most important assets and with an aim to protect our employees and support them during these challenging times we have initiated this vaccination drive. As a responsible corporate, we have ensured that this drive will not only cover our employees and their family members but also the society at large.

“This drive will allow access to vaccination in timely manner and will be an important step in curbing the spread of virus further.”

Lux Industries begins Covid-19 vaccination drive for employees

Lux Industries begins Covid-19 vaccination drive for employees. Photo courtesy of torstensimon from Pixabay.

Lux Industries said that it has already commenced the Covid-19 vaccination drive on a large scale its offices and plants for which registrations have started.

The Indian hosiery producer also plans to tie up with some of the major hospitals and vaccination centers for off-premise vaccination drives so that as many people as possible are vaccinated against the novel .

Pradip Kumar Todi – MD of Lux Industries said: “We always emphasis on Health and well-being of all our employees including their family members and this vaccination drive will create a safe and healthy working environment for all our stakeholder. As a company we always believe in “Health is wealth” and works toward the same.

“As a practice, all employee and their direct dependents are covered through group mediclaim policy to protect the employees from financial burden in case of any emergency. Looking at the current situation during 2nd wave and with availability of vaccine, we have started this vaccination drive as a further safety measure.”

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