20 Delhi school health clinics opened

New Delhi, March 7 : The Delhi Government on Monday inaugurated 20 school health clinics at different government schools in the national capital. The inauguration was done by Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia at the Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya in Moti Bagh in south Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted that these clinics will be part of the schools run by the Delhi government. “Along with providing good education to the children in the government schools of Delhi, now their good health will also be taken care of. These wonderful ‘School Health Clinics’ will now be a part of our government schools,” his Twitter post read. The school health clinics are a new project of the Delhi government along the lines of its flagship Mohalla Clinics but are to be used exclusively by the students of the respective schools and will be operational during school hours. Sisodia tweeted: “The Kejriwal government has established 20 such health clinics in various schools throughout Delhi where students will receive free of cost physical and mental health services.” ASH MR

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