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CMO and other officers giving directions to the employees of Health Department
To ensure that regular vaccinations and medicines are available to pregnant women and new born children, the health department will conduct door-to-door surveys. The records of pregnant women and new born children will be prepared after conducting the survey. So that after the birth of the child, they can be given the necessary medicines and vaccines.
Chief Medical Officer Dr Neeraj Tyagi said that the government is very serious about the better health of pregnant women and new born children and regular vaccination campaign is being run for them. For this survey will be done across the district and records of pregnant women and children up to 0-2 years will be prepared.
Ashasha will go from house to house and prepare records
The CMO said that the responsibility of preparing the records of pregnant women and children up to 2 years will be given to the ASHA. ASHA will go door to door contacting people and prepare this record. Along with this, she will also make people aware that what kind of precautions should be taken during childbirth and take necessary medicines and vaccines.
He said that for its preparations, under the joint aegis of Health Department and WHO, a two-day workshop related to Routine Immunization Microplan was organized. In which various information was given to all the medical officers in-charge of urban PHC and rural CHC. All this information was given by WHO’s SMO.
Regular vaccination will be done, report will be made
Officials said that after preparing the record of pregnant women and children, they will be vaccinated regularly and its record will also be prepared. Various instructions were given to ANM and ASHA regarding routine vaccination and it was told that whatever work will be done according to the survey. Its report will be sent to the Chief Medical Officer at the district level.
Dr. Tyagi informed that pregnant women and children from zero to two years of age are vaccinated. An action plan is being prepared for the coming year 22-2023. So that every person can get the benefits of government schemes.
District Immunization Officer Dr. MK Mathur informed that a two-day workshop on routine immunization was organized through WHO. All the medical officers in-charge of urban and rural areas were instructed to work according to the intention of the government in their area and take the benefits of the schemes to the people.
ACMO Dr. Durgesh Kumar, WHO SRLT Dr. Vikas Gupta, SMO Dr. Abdul Rehman, DEO Girish Kumar, Urban Health Coordinator Akbar Khan, Clinton Clinton Health Access Vijay Kumar Garg, UNDP Cold Chain Manager Ravindra Sharma, UNICEF K. DMC Shadab Ahmed and Poonam Yadav, WHO representative Raj Kishore and all the in-charge medical officers of Urban PHC were present.