More crowd, less vaccine

Health workers administering the covid vaccine at Chauparia Elementary School.
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More crowd, less vaccine
Maharajganj. A vaccination is very important to prevent corona. This thing is now understood by the people. This is why the number of people receiving the anti-coronavirus vaccine in the centers has increased. In such a situation, 20 to 30 people have to return for lack of a vaccine. 819 people were vaccinated in eight days.
The vaccination camp started on June 14th in the elementary school in the village of Chauparian in the Paratawal block. Akash Patel, Anil, Sachche Giri, Uma Bharti, Sukai from the village said that the village is vaccinated for a week. There is a long line of people every day. 20 to 30 people return daily. Because without a vaccine there is no vaccine. CHO Sunita Gupta, ANM Ragini Patel arrives at the center at 10 a.m. Asha workers Mamta Pandey, Gayatri Rai and Anganwadi Gyanati Devi, Devanti and Urmila go door to door to make people aware of it. 60 on June 14th, 55 on June 15th, 44 vaccinated on June 16th. 132 people were vaccinated on June 17, 121 on June 18, 99 on June 19, 132 on June 21 and 176 on June 22.
Village profile
The village has 4000 inhabitants. There are around 2200 men and 1800 women in the village. The literacy rate is 60 percent. 900 are young and 500 are old. One percent of the population is in the civil service. While others are farming. The literacy rate for women is 30 percent.
“Anxiety ends after the first dose”
75-year-old Ramkawal and 33-year-old Radheshyam from the village said they had a mild fever and no other problems after the vaccination. Everyone should get the vaccine. This will save lives. Sahabzadi Devi, 55, said I had already taken the first dose. After the vaccination, the fear of corona was over. Everyone should get vaccinated.
Quotes
The vaccination camp started on June 14th. The camp will continue until all people are vaccinated. People got information about the camp by doing in the village of Duggi. Apart from that, the workers at ASHA and Anganwadi go door to door and motivate.
Vivek Patel, village chief
As many doses of vaccine will be given as many will be given. In Chauparian they are vaccinated for another week. The goal is 100% vaccination. We try to vaccinate as many people as possible. The district administration monitors the vaccination.
Dr. Neeraj Kannojia, Superintendent, CHC Paratawal

More crowd, less vaccine

Maharajganj. A vaccination is very important to prevent corona. This thing is now understood by the people. For this reason, the number of people being vaccinated against the coronavirus in the centers has increased. In such a situation, 20 to 30 people have to return for lack of a vaccine. 819 people were vaccinated in eight days.

The vaccination camp started on June 14th in the elementary school in the village of Chauparian in the Paratawal block. Akash Patel, Anil, Sachche Giri, Uma Bharti, Sukai from the village said that the village is vaccinated for a week. There is a long line of people every day. 20 to 30 people return daily. Because without a vaccine there is no vaccine. CHO Sunita Gupta, ANM Ragini Patel arrives at the center at 10 a.m. Asha workers Mamta Pandey, Gayatri Rai and Anganwadi Gyanati Devi, Devanti and Urmila go door to door to make people aware of it. 60 on June 14th, 55 on June 15th, 44 vaccinated on June 16th. 132 people were vaccinated on June 17, 121 on June 18, 99 on June 19, 132 on June 21 and 176 on June 22.

Village profile

The village has 4000 inhabitants. There are around 2200 men and 1800 women in the village. The literacy rate is 60 percent. 900 are young and 500 are old. One percent of the population is in the civil service. While others are farming. The literacy rate for women is 30 percent.

“Anxiety ends after the first dose”

75-year-old Ramkawal and 33-year-old Radheshyam from the village said they had a mild fever and no other problems after the vaccination. Everyone should get the vaccine. This will save lives. Sahabzadi Devi, 55, said I had already taken the first dose. After the vaccination, the fear of corona was over. Everyone should get vaccinated.

Quotes

The vaccination camp started on June 14th. The camp will continue until all people are vaccinated. People got information about the camp by doing in the village of Duggi. Apart from that, the workers at ASHA and Anganwadi go door to door and motivate.

Vivek Patel, village chief

As many doses of vaccine will be given as many will be given. In Chauparian they are vaccinated for a week. The goal is 100% vaccination. We try to vaccinate as many people as possible. The district administration monitors the vaccination.

Dr. Neeraj Kannojia, Superintendent, CHC Paratawal

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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