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Ayodhya. The pilot project of a vaccination in rural areas to protect against corona turned out to be child’s play in the district on the first day on Thursday. In rural areas, the campaign could not start because no vaccine was available in abundance.
Only the normal vaccination was carried out in the hospitals. Health officials cannot provide any information about the pilot project.
A vaccination campaign is running in rural areas to save the population from the possible third corona wave. As part of the Prime Minister’s pilot project, around 13,000 people have been vaccinated every day for a week in four development blocks as part of the campaign.
In the next phase, the campaign is to be carried out on a large scale in all block areas. The campaign should start on Thursday in the entire district. For this purpose, the department created a microplan.
Thereafter, cluster zones were to be created in the development block area. Each cluster zone comprised 10 to 12 villages. More than 150 meetings are to be organized at the same time.
Their preparations were almost complete, but due to unavailability of vaccines in abundance from the government, the campaign could not start as of Thursday.
According to department officials, with the launch of the pilot project across the district, more than 150 meetings will be organized daily in rural areas. This requires a daily availability of around 30,000 doses.
While 48 hundred and 55 hundred cans were received on Wednesday. With such a small number of doses, only the normal vaccination was given on Thursday.
According to the Milkipur representative, the vaccination work could not be carried out by teams in rural areas due to the reduced availability of vaccines. The responsible doctor at CHC Milkipur, Dr. DN Dwivedi, announced that the full blueprint for vaccination has been drawn up in the Gramm Panchayats. Team members were also selected.
As part of the pilot project on Thursday, vaccinations should be given in all blocks. Preparations were made, but due to the unavailability of the vaccine in sufficient quantities, the campaign could not be started. While other hospitals usually had vaccinations.-Dr. Ghanshyam Singh, CMO, Ayodhya

Ayodhya. The pilot project of a vaccination in rural areas to protect against corona turned out to be child’s play in the district on the first day on Thursday. In rural areas, the campaign could not start because no vaccine was available in abundance.

Only the normal vaccination was carried out in the hospitals. Health officials cannot provide any information about the pilot project.

A vaccination campaign is running in rural areas to protect the population from the possible third corona wave. As part of the Prime Minister’s pilot project, around 13,000 people have been vaccinated every day for a week in four development blocks as part of the campaign.

In the next phase, the campaign is to be carried out on a large scale in all block areas. The campaign should start on Thursday in the entire district. For this purpose, the department created a microplan.

Thereafter, cluster zones were to be created in the development block area. Each cluster zone comprised 10 to 12 villages. More than 150 meetings are to be organized at the same time.

Their preparations were almost complete, but due to unavailability of vaccines in abundance from the government, the campaign could not start as of Thursday.

According to department officials, with the launch of the pilot project across the district, more than 150 meetings will be organized daily in rural areas. This requires a daily availability of around 30,000 doses.

While 48 hundred and 55 hundred cans were received on Wednesday. With such a small number of doses, only the normal vaccination was given on Thursday.

According to the Milkipur representative, the vaccination work could not be carried out by teams in rural areas due to the reduced availability of vaccines. The responsible doctor at CHC Milkipur, Dr. DN Dwivedi, announced that the full blueprint for vaccination has been drawn up in the Gramm Panchayats. Team members were also selected.

As part of the pilot project on Thursday, vaccinations should be given in all blocks. Preparations were made, but due to the unavailability of the vaccine in sufficient quantities, the campaign could not be started. While other hospitals usually had vaccinations.-Dr. Ghanshyam Singh, CMO, Ayodhya

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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