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The last anti-polio condition of the year lays down today in KP sub-tribal districts



PESHAWAR: Three day oral solutions (OPV) campaigns are plans to start in tribal districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa today.

The anti-polio campaign will continue today (monday) and lasted until Wednesday, under supervision and security by District Health Officers, deputy committees and security committees. The campaign will be followed by the recording of failed children and supervision.

In total, 892.471 children, aged 5 years, are intimidated with only oral polio in seven tribal districts with 4058 teams, with 3741 mobile teams, 222 regular teams and 95transit teams.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Tribal Districts EOC coordinator Kamran Ahmed Afridi has said that "children in order to be specifically targeted for polio immunization or travels can be a source for broadcasting and defending polio virus and affecting children at the destination. "

He has directed transit to focus on polio reservoir areas, especially the teams that are located on an intermediate location, between provincial and international borders. He was polio-virus still still in a roundtable and aimed to print an impression of all the children who moved to and from tribal districts.

He called for the reduction of the number of polio cases as hard work of front-line police workers and advised to focus on evacuation in Bajaur and Khyber district at the campaign. The coordinator has the various support of Pakistan army in # 39; the day comes with further flaming and safety of arbitrary areas and advised polio teams for special preparation to ensure the vaccination of every child especially in South Waziristan and North Waziristan Districts.

This year three poliofiles were reported from Tribal Districts: two cases of Bajaur and one polio cheese from Khyber district. Through data in & # 39; camps were all three children from & # 39; paralysis. Experts mention the transfer of polio virus from one area to the other as reasons for these cases and the need to stop polio virus.

Verstuurd in Daily Times, December 10th 2018.


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