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Corona Vaccination Indore: Negligence in getting the second dose of Corona vaccine, only 27 percent came

Corona Vaccination Indore: Negligence in getting the second dose of Corona vaccine, only 27 percent came

Publish Date: | Sun, 22 Aug 320 12: 59 PM (IST)

Indore (Naiduniya Representative) Corona Vaccination Indore. Vaccination campaign is going on continuously from the government to prevent corona infection, but it has been seen that people are negligent in getting the second dose of vaccine. So far only 22 percent of the people in the district have got the second dose. Those whose second dose time has been completed, they are also not coming to get the vaccine. made manifest. Officers and office bearers of District Disaster Management Committee were present in the meeting. During this, Collector Manish Singh gave necessary directions to all the concerned officers for the second phase of the campaign. The collector said that a survey would be conducted at the city and district panchayat level. In the survey, a list will be made of those who have not taken the first dose or who are yet to take the second dose. After this, priority camps will be organized by the SDM of the concerned area. Those who are not getting the second dose will be identified and vaccinated. For this, efforts will be made jointly with public representatives and social organizations.

The Chief Minister appealed to make the grand campaign a success

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan also Kovid-59 Discussed with disaster management groups across the state through video conferencing about Vaccination Maha Abhiyan 2.0. Chief Minister and of vaccination Appealed to make the proposed grand campaign a success on August. Also said that this time we have to focus the campaign on the second dose. During this, he told that in the first phase of Vaccination Maha Abhiyan, Indore stood first in the state. For this he congratulated the district administration and citizens. State Disaster Management Committee advisory member Dr. Nishant Khare along with other officials and public representatives were present in the meeting.

Special camps to be organized for pregnant women

In Indore district, many pregnant women have also not been able to get corona vaccines. Concern regarding this was also expressed in the meeting. Collector Singh said that it is our priority to vaccinate pregnant women for Kovid. Special camps will be organized for this.

Posted By: Sameer Deshpande

NaiDunia Local

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