Bihar: Covid vaccination camps to be set up on the lines of election booths

Corona vaccination centers will be set up in Bihar as polling stations to prevent the corona epidemic. One vaccination center will be set up for vaccinating 100 people. The Department of Health is preparing Corona vaccination as per the central government guidelines, so that targeted groups can be vaccinated on a priority basis.
Corona Warriors will be vaccinated first under preparations by the Health Department. These include doctors and workers associated with healthcare. Staff in private hospitals will also get vaccinated first. The list of health workers from all the districts has been prepared through a civil surgeon. These will be followed by a corona vaccine to frontline warriors. These will include policemen, Anganwadi workers, assistants, bank workers, etc. After this, people above 60 years of age will be engaged. According to the government’s directives, preparations are being made to vaccinate the public representatives, employees associated with government departments, contract workers, shopkeepers, and businessmen of the main market. 

The second vaccine will have to be taken at an interval of 28 days. 
According to the guidelines of the Center, a person will have to receive the Corona vaccine twice in the state. The second vaccine will take place 28 days after the first vaccination. For this, the person vaccinated will be informed about the second vaccination. Only then will the corona vaccination cycle be completed. 

The investigation will continue till the vaccination, as per the instructions of the state government, till the corona is vaccinated, the examination of the corona will continue as the present. The Department of Health is preparing to use a large number of human resources for corona vaccination so that during this time there is no impact on the health facilities. The health department will also seek the support of workers of NGOs associated with healthcare. 

The District Magistrate will monitor the vaccination daily 
According to sources in the Health Department, the District Magistrate has been appointed as the nodal officer for vaccination in all the districts. The District Magistrate will monitor the vaccination work daily. All vaccination centers will be monitored through a district-level immunization committee constituted at their level. 

Central government guidelines for corona vaccination will be followed. Action is being taken at the state-district and block level for this.      – Manoj Kumar, Additional Secretary, Health Department, reports LiveHindustan.

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