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Madhya Pradesh: Govt targets 100% first dose vaccination at 'Ab Koi Na Chhoote Vaccination Maha Abhiyan'

10:52 PM Sep 26, 2021 | Staff Reporter

BHOPAL: Chief Minister  Shivraj Singh Chouhan said that the first dose of vaccine will be administered to all eligible citizens under ‘Ab Koi Na Chhoote’ Vaccination Maha Abhiyan-4 on Monday.

The state has to be made secure by administering the first dose of vaccine to 100 per cent eligible people, said Chouhan. The chief minister appealed to all people to cooperate in making the campaign a success.

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“Prime Minister Narendra Modi has done charitable work by making free vaccines available. Now it is the responsibility of all of us that all eligible people get the vaccine compulsorily. So far, public participation has been underlined for the achievements of vaccination. Crisis Management Committees at the district, block, ward and village panchayat level have also made the previous vaccination campaigns a success by taking active part,” said Chouhan.

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In the Vaccination Maha-Abhiyan-4 on September 27, success will definitely be achieved with the participation of Crisis Management Committees and social organizations, he further added.

The state government has made extensive preparations to make the "Ab Koi Na Chhoote Vaccination Maha Abhiyan" a success. Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana being run at district and block level, Jan-Abhiyan Parishad, volunteers of social, voluntary organisations, prominent persons from every section of the society and government staff will ensure active participation in bringing eligible people to the vaccination site for the first dose.

Public transport facilities will also be available at the vaccination site and every effort will be made to achieve the target of cent percent vaccination.

The Vaccination Maha Abhiyan-4, aims to ensure that no eligible person above the age of 18 years is left out from the first dose of Covid vaccine. This information will be given to the State Government in the prescribed form by the collector and Chief Medical and Health Officer of all the districts.

  • 1- Around 10,000 sessions to be organised across state.

  • 2- Mobile teams constituted in every district for vaccination

  • 3- Administration to arrange for vehicles to reach vaccination centre.

  • 4- Elderly and differently-abled who cannot visit vaccination centre, to get jab at home

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