STATE TIMES NEWS KISHTWAR: Deputy Commissioner, Angrez Singh Rana today convened a meeting of District Task Force Committee to review the arrangements for the Intensified Pulse Polio Immunization programme on 19th January 2020 in the District. CMO Kishtwar apprised the DC that 43, 805 children upto 5 years of age will be administrated polio drops. He also apprised that 368 Booths have been set up for the purpose in the entire district on 19 January and on 20th and 21st January a Door to Door campaign will be taken up. It was also given out that total 76 supervisor’s are engaged for supervision of IPPI booths besides the services of 1481 workers including, Anganwadi workers, Asha workers, education department, officials of health department during the immunization process. Deputy Commissioner appealed to the people to get their children immunized to achieve 100% percent coverage during the drive. DC laid emphasis upon putting in coordinated and full thrust to make the mass immunization programme a grand success. He instructed all the worker’s engaged for immunization process to aware the common masses at grass root level during door to door campaign through drum beating, pamphlet distribution and through different means of communication about the pulse polio simultaneously on Ayushman Bharat scheme and other diseases like TB, leprosy etc. The meeting was attended by CMO Dr. R.S Manhas, CEO Kuldeep Kumar, Deputy CMO Dr. M.F. Bhat, District Immunization Officer, Dr. Balbir Kumar, BMO Kishtwar/ Chatroo/ Paddar/ Dachhan, CDPO’s, ZEO’s and the officials of the concerned departments.
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