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Polio Immunization Campaign Started In The District


Hear the news Hear the news Mathura. Polio immunization campaign started in the district from Sunday. On the first day of the six-day campaign, Chief Development Officer Dr. Nitin Gaur and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ajay Verma inaugurated the campaign by giving polio doses to the children at the primary school booth in Sadar. The Chief Development Officer said that the polio immunization campaign was affected due to corona infection. Because of this, polio medicine could not be administered to children up to five years of age. Now after the corona infection subsides, the government has ordered to start the polio campaign from March 20. On Sunday, polio doses will be given at 1368 booths across the district, for the next five days, children will be given polio medicines from door to door. CMO Dr. AK Verma informed that about 4.79 lakh children would be given polio medicine in the polio immunization campaign across the district. For this, on the first day of the campaign, polio medicines were administered at 1368 booths in the district. On the last five days of the campaign, 848 teams would visit door-to-door and administer polio medicine to the children. Earlier in the morning, District Immunization Officer Dr. Munish Paurush flagged off the polio campaign public awareness rally from the office of the Chief Medical Officer. did. On this occasion, Urban Health Mission Nodal Dr. Anuj Chaudhary, Deputy District Tuberculosis Officer Dr. Parul Mittal, District Health Education and Information Officer Jitendra Singh, WHO SMO Dr. Sandeep Thakkar, UNICEF DMC Parveen Sana, Sunita Yadav and Rajendra Upadhyay were present. Were. Mathura. Polio immunization campaign started in the district from Sunday. On the first day of the six-day campaign, Chief Development Officer Dr. Nitin Gaur and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Ajay Verma inaugurated the campaign by giving polio doses to the children at the primary school booth in Sadar. The Chief Development Officer said that the polio immunization campaign was affected due to corona infection. Because of this, polio medicine could not be administered to children up to five years of age. Now after the corona infection subsides, the government has ordered to start the polio campaign from March 20. On Sunday, polio doses will be given at 1368 booths across the district, for the next five days, children will be given polio medicines from door to door. CMO Dr. AK Verma informed that about 4.79 lakh children would be given polio medicine in the polio immunization campaign across the district. For this, on the first day of the campaign, polio medicines were administered at 1368 booths in the district. On the last five days of the campaign, 848 teams would visit door-to-door and administer polio medicine to the children. Earlier in the morning, District Immunization Officer Dr. Munish Paurush flagged off the public awareness rally of polio campaign from the office of the Chief Medical Officer. On this occasion, Urban Health Mission Nodal Dr. Anuj Chaudhary, Deputy District Tuberculosis Officer Dr. Parul Mittal, District Health Education and Information Officer Jitendra Singh, WHO SMO Dr. Sandeep Thakkar, UNICEF DMC Parveen Sana, Sunita Yadav and Rajendra Upadhyay were present. Were. ,

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