Cinthol Health Plus and Fortis announce a partnership


The COVID-19 vaccination drive across India is discovering pace, due to the combined efforts of public hospitals and personal healthcare providers. While people are becoming vaccinated, they need many doubts and questions on post-vaccination hygiene and care. Acknowledging these concerns and addressing them, a motivating initiative has been announced.

Cinthol Health Plus, the health soap brand from Godrej Consumer Products Ltd and Fortis Hospital Vadapalani has worked for a post-vaccine preparation program. The target is to make awareness around post-vaccine precautions, do’s, and don’ts while encouraging citizens to stay following hygiene norms even after the vaccination is completed.

The program has so early started at Fortis Hospital, Vadapalani (Chennai), where a post-vaccine kit is given free of cost to those getting vaccinated at the hospital. The carefully organized kit contains a COVID-19 booklet that contains important do and don’ts in straightforward language. The kit also includes safety and hygiene products, including Cinthol Health Plus germ protection soap, sanitizer, masks, gloves, face shield, face wipes, etc.

Sunil Kataria, CEO – India, and SAARC, Godrej Consumer Products Limited (GCPL), said, “Vaccination is that the most vital part to beat the COVID-19 virus. Our post-vaccine sensitization program could be a humble step to contribute to the huge national COVID-19 vaccination drive. The strategic partnership with Fortis will facilitate an instantaneous reference to individuals taking their vaccine dose. We are confident that the pilot program in Chennai will result in a positive impact and encourage more such initiatives across cities.”

Dr. Sanjay Pandey, Zonal Director of Fortis Hospitals, Chennai said, “We are happy to partner with Cinthol Health Plus to raise awareness among the final public about the demand of maintaining basic hygiene during COVID. In many cases, post-vaccination, there’s a misconception within the minds of individuals that they will ignore basic hygiene – Sanitizing, Masking, and Social Distancing (SMS). While there’s little question that these two-dose vaccines will surely protect a private from ending up in ICU or getting cured with minimal infection, doctors are still within the process of learning and understanding the vaccine’s longevity, virus mutations, and behavior. Even before the vaccination process, individual discipline protected everyone from the virus spread. Today, it’s still necessary to keep up that discipline and follow SMS even after getting vaccinated.”

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