Covid vaccination and vector borne disease control task force meeting

Bemetra: District Task Force meeting held on Covid vaccination and vector borne disease control

Bemetara 08 March 2021

Kovid-19 Vaccination Program and National Vector Borne Disease Control Program The meeting of the district level task force for the eradication of malaria was held on Monday in the Collectorate Hall under the chairmanship of Collector Shri Shiv Anant Tayal. Covid hinges were also discussed in the meeting. The Collector has instructed the officers / employees of various departments to vaccinate above 45 years. He instructed the Chief Medical and Health Officer to start an additional vaccination center at Gandhi Bhavan Bemetara. Chief Medical Officer Dr. s. K. Sharma said that it is necessary to apply the second dose after the first dose, only then the vaccine will be effective. He told that pregnant and infant mothers are not to be vaccinated. Apart from this, treatment of Kovid positive is going on, they will be given Corona vaccine only after getting healthy. Dr. Sharma said that the officers / employees who have been given the first dose of Kovid-19 and who have completed 28 days, will automatically reach the vaccination site and get the second dose vaccinated. He said that he has been asked to motivate those who are 45 years of age and all the beneficiaries above the age of 60 to take them to the venue of the session, publicity and munadis through Mitanin / Anganwadi workers / sarpanches / Kotwars. Worm Liberation Day will be organized from March 15 to 22.
         The second phase of Kovid vaccination campaign has started, under which the police revenue urban body as well as the vaccination of officers / employees of other departments has started. The Collector said that in the present time, vaccination is an effective way to avoid infection of Kovid-19. Officers / employees and number of frontline warriors who have come for vaccination should get vaccinated compulsorily. CMHO Dr. Sharma said that Kovid-19 vaccine is completely safe and effective. There is no need to panic with the vaccination of Kovid-19. The concerned officers / employees, whose name is registered on the Kovid portal, must visit the concerned vaccination site and get vaccinated. Vaccination is very important for the protection of society and home family. To avoid kovid, it is necessary to wash two yards, wash hands with soap and wear a mask only then you can avoid its infection. Zilla Panchayat CEO Smt Rita Yadav, ASP Vimal Kumar Bais, Subdivisional Officer Revenue Birla Sandeep Thakur, Bemetra Durgesh Verma, District Immunization Officer / BMO Khandasara (Bemetra) Dr. Sharad Kohade, CEO of Janpad Panchayat, CMO of urban body, and Block Medical Officer were present.