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Delhi to train 5,000 youths to prepare for 3rd wave of COVID-19

On Wednesday’s press conference, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that the government has made full preparations to train 5,000 youths as health assistants to work to tackle the third wave of COVID-19. He said that this training will be given to youths in batches of 500 each starting from June 28. Applicants should be at least 12th pass and above 18 years of age. He said, “In 1st & 2nd waves, we saw shortage of medical & paramedical staff. So, govt has an ambitious plan-to prepare 5,000 health assistants. 5,000 youth will be trained by IP University for 2 weeks each. They’ll be given basic training at Delhi’s 9 major medical institutes.”

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