Communicable Disease Campaign Launched – Communicable Disease Control Campaign launched

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Balrampur. A special campaign to control communicable diseases and Dastak to prevent encephalitis, communicable diseases and tuberculosis was launched in the district on Thursday. The chief medical officer tagged the reconnaissance vehicle from the CMO office. All doctors and medical staff also took an oath to make people aware of how to prevent these diseases.
CMO Dr. Vijay Bahadur Singh announced that this campaign will last until July 31st. As part of the campaign, the Department of Health team will knock door to door, tagging patients with communicable diseases, meningitis and tuberculosis and listing their names and addresses. A total of 13 departments were involved in the campaign. All departments will work in a coordinated manner on communicable disease prevention.
He said that during the campaign, people would be made aware of cleanliness and disease in villages and towns. All the doctors and medical staff present took an oath to make the campaign successful and to make people aware of the prevention of covid-19, communicable diseases, meningitis and tuberculosis.
ACMO Dr. BP Singh, ACMO Dr. AK Singhal, DPRO Nilesh Pratap Singh, DPM Shivendra Mani, District Health Education Officer Arvind Mishra, District Malaria Officer Manjula Anand and UNICEF District Coordinator Shikha Srivastava were present.

Balrampur. A special campaign to control communicable diseases and Dastak to prevent encephalitis, communicable diseases and tuberculosis was launched in the district on Thursday. The chief medical officer tagged the reconnaissance vehicle from the CMO office. All doctors and medical staff also took an oath to make people aware of how to prevent these diseases.

CMO Dr. Vijay Bahadur Singh announced that this campaign will last until July 31st. As part of the campaign, the Department of Health team will knock door to door, tagging patients with communicable diseases, meningitis and tuberculosis and listing their names and addresses. A total of 13 departments were involved in the campaign. All departments will work in a coordinated manner on communicable disease prevention.

He said that during the campaign, people would be made aware of cleanliness and disease in villages and towns. All the doctors and medical staff present took an oath to make the campaign successful and to make people aware of the prevention of covid-19, communicable diseases, meningitis and tuberculosis.

ACMO Dr. BP Singh, ACMO Dr. AK Singhal, DPRO Nilesh Pratap Singh, DPM Shivendra Mani, District Health Education Officer Arvind Mishra, District Malaria Officer Manjula Anand and UNICEF District Coordinator Shikha Srivastava were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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