Health Ministry reschedules Polio National Immunisation Day to Jan.31
‘ The decision is in keeping with the specified policy of the Health Ministry to make sure that COVID-19 health services and non-COVID-19 important health services continue in tandem without negatively impacting each other,’ says a release.
‘ The decision remains in keeping with the stated policy of the Health Ministry to ensure that COVID-19 health services and non-COVID-19 vital health services proceed in tandem without negatively impacting each other,’ states a release.
The Health Ministry has actually rescheduled the polio vaccination day, likewise known as the National Immunisation Day (NID) or “Polio Ravivar”, to January 31, (Sunday), according to a release issued on Thursday.
” The choice remains in keeping with the mentioned policy of the Health Ministry to guarantee that COVID-19 health services and non-COVID-19 necessary health services continue in tandem without negatively impacting each other,” noted the release.
On Wednesday, the Ministry held off the polio national immunisation drive round scheduled from January 17 till further notification mentioning unexpected activities.
While the COVID-19 vaccination starts on January 16, notice provided by the immunisation division dated January 9 stated: “This is to notify that due to unexpected activities, it is chosen to postpone the scheduled Polio NID (National Immunisation Day) round from January 17, 2021 till more notice.”
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