People Carasius for vaccination in the village of Chapiya – anti-corona vaccine

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In the village of Chhapia, people were enthusiastic about getting vaccinated
Maharajganj. The campaign to speed up vaccination was intensified in the village. The vaccination sequence started in cluster-oriented villages. On Thursday, a crowd gathered at the elementary school in Chhapia Village to get the vaccine. By 10:30 p.m., many people had reached the center. Most important of all, as people grew older, the security of life became more serious. The elders appealed to people to get vaccinated on time by getting vaccinated with enthusiasm. There were 100 people in line. But only 77 people were able to get the vaccine.
After receiving the vaccine, 68-year-old Noor Jahan from Chhapia village said everyone should get the vaccine so that this epidemic could be avoided. Runa Devi, 65, said she was afraid of the vaccination but now she feels very good. Sadruddin said that some people are confused about the vaccine that needs attention. After the vaccination I didn’t have any problems. The team reached the village at 10 a.m. Sabir said people are excited to get the vaccine. ANM Indravati, Rita, Nisha vaccinated. The rush in the village’s elementary school increased, making it difficult for team members to get the vaccine in the damp weather. At the same time, Samiullah, Baijnath, Nurmahal, Prabhunath, Umur Kher, Vishwakarma, Walida, Babita Devi, Sahim Khan, Safiq and Ishrat Jahan announced that the vaccine was over, which is why the vaccine could not be administered. Now on Friday the vaccine will be administered in the queue.
Village profile
The population of the village is 5000. There are about 3000 men and 2000 women in the village. The literacy rate is 60 percent. 1200 are young and 1000 are old. One percent of the villagers are in the civil service. While others do farm work and others live outside. The literacy rate for women is 10 percent.
From July 1st, cluster vaccination began in all gram panchayats in the block. As a result, four Chhapia, Sirsia, Balua and Kamharia Khurd were vaccinated on Thursday in the Chhapia cluster.
Neeraj Kannojia, Superintendent, CHC Paratawal
On the evening of June 30th, a health worker was told that the village would be vaccinated for two days from July 1st. ASHA and Anganwadi workers are being sent door-to-door to motivate them to vaccinate.
-Sahana, head of the village

In the village of Chhapia, people were enthusiastic about getting vaccinated

Maharajganj. The campaign to speed up vaccination was intensified in the village. The vaccination sequence started in cluster-oriented villages. On Thursday, a crowd gathered at the elementary school in Chhapia Village to get the vaccine. By 10:30 p.m., many people had reached the center. Most important of all, as people grew older, the security of life became more serious. The elders appealed to people to get vaccinated on time by getting vaccinated with enthusiasm. There were 100 people in line. But only 77 people were able to get the vaccine.

After receiving the vaccine, 68-year-old Noor Jahan from Chhapia village said everyone should get the vaccine so that this epidemic could be avoided. Runa Devi, 65, said she was afraid of the vaccination but now she feels very good. Sadruddin said that some people are confused about the vaccine that needs attention. After the vaccination I didn’t have any problems. The team reached the village at 10 a.m. Sabir said people are excited to get the vaccine. ANM Indravati, Rita, Nisha vaccinated. The rush in the village’s elementary school made it difficult for team members to get the vaccine in the sweltering heat. At the same time, Samiullah, Baijnath, Nurmahal, Prabhunath, Umur Kher, Vishwakarma, Walida, Babita Devi, Sahim Khan, Safiq and Ishrat Jahan announced that the vaccine was over, which is why the vaccine could not be administered. Now on Friday the vaccine will be administered in the queue.

Village profile

The population of the village is 5000. There are about 3000 men and 2000 women in the village. The literacy rate is 60 percent. 1200 are young and 1000 are old. One percent of the villagers are in government service. While others do farm work and others live outside. The literacy rate for women is 10 percent.

From July 1st, cluster vaccination began in all gram panchayats in the block. As a result, four Chhapia, Sirsia, Balua and Kamharia Khurd were vaccinated on Thursday in the Chhapia cluster.

Neeraj Kannojia, Superintendent, CHC Paratawal

On the evening of June 30th, a health worker was told that the village would be vaccinated for two days from July 1st. ASHA and Anganwadi workers are sent door-to-door to motivate them to vaccinate.

-Sahana, head of the village

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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