DC for effective anti polio vaccination

14

 

Staff Reporter

Deputy Commissioner Muhammad Ali has said that during the catch-up days of anti-polio campaign, teams should go door to door and complete the target of vaccinating children left behind for any reason so that there would be no obstacle in achieving desired targets.

He said this while reviewing the anti-polio campaign. CEO Health Dr Mushtaq Sipra, DHO Dr Bilal Ahmed, Secretary DRTA Zameer Hussain and other officers were also present on the occasion.

The deputy commissioner said that even in the last two days of the campaign, the duties should be carried out diligently and in case the children are not at home, they should inquire about them.

He said that the guest children should also have 100 percent coverage even if they belong to any area.

He urged the Assistant Commissioner Saddr and Secretary RTA to visit the General Bus Stand regularly and closely monitor the campaign and said that challans should be issued to the non-cooperating buses.

He urged all the officers of the district administration to supervise the polio campaign and durable monitoring of the campaign was being carried out in which there would be no concession from the negligent staff. DHO briefed on the implementation of the campaign and the goals achieved.

 

Previous articleCTPL plans licence suspension of habitual violators
Next articlePunjab to block SIM cards, ban entry of unvaccinated citizens Protection of citizens from Covid top priority: Yasmin