Children born in UP from November to January will be vaccinated this year
It was not possible to get vaccinated at the government hospital as all arrangements were disrupted during the lockdown.
It was not possible to get vaccinated at the government hospital as all arrangements were disrupted during the lockdown. As a result, a large number of children were deprived of vaccinations even after the state was opened up. In view of this, the state government will collect the details of children born this year in an extensive campaign in October and the vaccine will be given from November to January.
Amit Mohan Prasad, Additional Chief Secretary, Medical and Health, said that many children have been vaccinated since the beginning of coronation in the state. Therefore, the government has decided that from October 1 to October 15 to prevent communicable diseases will also work in the campaign. During this period, Asha workers and Anganwari workers will go door to door to make people aware of infectious diseases like dengue, chikungunya, J-ES etc. and will collect information on suspected patients with symptoms of corona. At the same time, he will prepare a complete list of children deprived of vaccinations. Thus, within 15 days, details of children born this year will be collected across the state.
The Additional Chief Secretary said that about 55 lakh children are born in the state every year. These children are our future. The action of their ticks is very important, because they protect them from many deadly diseases. Thus, after the complete collection of information on children deprived of vaccination in October, a statewide campaign will be launched for three months from November onwards, ‘No children, no children at all’. All children will be vaccinated. During this period, booster doses will also be given as needed for general vaccination.