RAWALPINDI: District Health Officer Dr Khalid Randhawa on Monday said that the five-day anti-polio immunisation campaign, which started on Monday, continues in the entire district in a successful manner.
He said that under the drive, more than 230,000 children had so far been administered the anti-polio vaccine.
He said that as many as 1,408 mobile health teams were operating in the areas to complete the task of immunisation.
He said that anti-polio drops were also being administered at 95 health centres in order to ensure that all children were covered during the campaign. He urged the citizens, particularly parents, to come forward and play their due role for the elimination of the crippling disease from society. “The parents should cooperate with the special teams so that the set target could be achieved,” he added.
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