Notice to three block in-charges on slow pace of vaccination:
The pace of vaccination is slow in Yapur, Sahaspur and Vikasnagar blocks. Expressing displeasure over this, District Magistrate Dr. R Rajesh Kumar issued notices to the three block in-charges and asked the reason. In a press statement issued on Wednesday, District Magistrate Dr. R Rajesh Kumar said that many times written and oral instructions have been given to give the benefit of anti-coronavirus vaccine to all the people. Even after this, the block in-charges are not showing the expected activity. Certificates have to be issued to villages where 100% vaccination has been done. The pace of issuance of certificates shows that progress is not expected in Raipur, Sahaspur and Vikasnagar blocks. Therefore, the in-charge of all the three blocks should submit their reply within three days. Unilateral action will be taken for not responding to the notice and not getting a satisfactory reply. Apart from this, the District Magistrate directed all the block in-charges and medical officers that the first dose of vaccine should be administered to all the persons. Along with this, the action of applying the second dose should also be completed expeditiously.
On the instructions of District Magistrate Dr. R Rajesh Kumar, Additional Chief Medical Officer (ACMO) Dr. Dinesh Chauhan has been given the responsibility of District Immunization Officer. They have been instructed to do the required work towards increasing the speed of vaccination.
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