Vaccinated 88 people in the village of Adhachat – Lakhimpur Kheri: Vaccination of 88 people in the village of Adhachat

The women used the Korana vaccine
– Photo: Amar Ujala

No positive results found in antigen tests; AdhaChat pilot project started on the joint initiative of DM-CDO

The council’s school village secretariat has set up a vaccination and testing center

Lakhimpur Kheri On Saturday, a pilot vaccination project was started in the Adhachat village in the Lakhimpur block, in which 88 villagers over 45 years of age were vaccinated by setting up camps. Antigen tests were also performed and found no positive results. CDO Arvind Singh and DPRO Soumya Sheel inspected the camp and checked the arrangements.
DM Shailendra Kumar Singh said that a pilot project with monitoring committees was started from Adhachat village, the first phase of which was the door-to-door survey from May 9-10. Medical kits were provided to all of the syntactic individuals identified here and their tests performed. In the second phase, a second door-to-door survey was carried out on May 14th and 15th and no positive person was found. The same first synthetically found person became completely healthy. With this pilot project, monitoring committees are empowered and made operational. CDO Arvind Singh witnessed the pilot project in Adhachat village. The necessary guidelines have been given to the teams running the project. He said that no synthetic person in the village should be deprived of medical equipment as part of the campaign. At the same time, everyone in the 45-year-old age group should be vaccinated. Meanwhile, the vaccination and testing teams were instructed to carry out their duties with caution and caution.
As part of the pilot project in Gram Adhachat, the joint teams from the Health Department and Panchayati Raj selected 130 people aged 45 and over for the vaccination. At the same time, one person was marked for a second dose. Five people in the village have already been vaccinated in the past. The medical teams, led by the Superintendent Community Health Center Fardhan, vaccinated the identified 88 people using the prescribed protocol by the time the news was written. At the same time, one person received a second dose. An antigen test was performed on 56 people and not a single person was found positive.
DPRO’s efforts have paid off. People have gone away from home for vaccinations
On Saturday morning DPRO Soumya Sheel Singh explained the importance of the vaccine by walking door to door to people in Adhachat village. Because of this, people were not only registered for the vaccination, but also waited for their turn.

No positive results found in antigen tests; AdhaChat pilot project started on the joint initiative of DM-CDO

The council’s school village secretariat has set up a vaccination and testing center

Lakhimpur Kheri On Saturday, a pilot vaccination project was started in the Adhachat village in the Lakhimpur block, in which 88 villagers over 45 years of age were vaccinated by setting up camps. Antigen tests were also performed and found no positive results. CDO Arvind Singh and DPRO Soumya Sheel inspected the camp and checked the arrangements.

DM Shailendra Kumar Singh said that a pilot project with monitoring committees was started from Adhachat village, the first phase of which was the door-to-door survey from May 9-10. Medical kits were provided to all of the syntactic individuals identified here and their tests performed. In the second phase, a second door-to-door survey was carried out on May 14th and 15th and no positive person was found. The same first mixed individuals were perfectly healthy. With this pilot project, monitoring committees are empowered and made operational. CDO Arvind Singh witnessed the pilot project in Adhachat village. The necessary guidelines have been given to the teams running the project. He said that no synthetic person in the village should be deprived of medical equipment as part of the campaign. At the same time, everyone in the 45-year-old age group should be vaccinated. Meanwhile, the vaccination and testing teams were instructed to carry out their duties with caution and caution.

As part of the pilot project in Gram Adhachat, the joint teams from the Health Department and Panchayati Raj selected 130 people aged 45 and over for the vaccination. At the same time, one person was marked for a second dose. Five people in the village have already been vaccinated in the past. The medical teams, led by the Superintendent Community Health Center Fardhan, have vaccinated the identified 88 people using the prescribed protocol by the time the messages were written. At the same time, one person received a second dose. An antigen test was performed on 56 people and not a single person was found positive.

DPRO’s efforts have paid off. People have gone away from home for vaccinations

On Saturday morning DPRO Soumya Sheel Singh explained the importance of the vaccine by walking door to door to people in Adhachat village. Because of this, people were not only registered for vaccination, but also waited for their turn.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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