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Frontline warriors to stage second phase voxing on Kovid-19 today | फ्रंटलाइन योद्धा कोविड-19 पर आज करेंगे दूसरे चरण का वैक्सिनेशन प्रहार

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  • Starting today, vaccination will be started in two places in the district under the second phase
  • Buxar ranks second in the state in vaccination under first stage, 86% of people vaccinated

To save people from the infection of Kovid-19, the government and the Health Department have come up. A second phase vaccination campaign is being started in the district from February 6 to free the district from Kovid-19. Two locations have been selected for this. In which a camp is being selected to vaccinate another police officers and soldiers in Sadar Hospital. Civil surgeon Dr. Jitendra Nath said that under the second phase, the vaccine will be given to the frontline workers who work day and night in the corona period. These include the police force, paramilitary force, members of the livelihood group, scavengers, government employees and the elderly will be given the corona vaccine.

All departments have been asked to provide a list of employees. However, up to 3000 people have already been registered in the district. These include police personnel and personnel of the Integrated Child Development Services Department. Soon, the list will be made available from district administration, subdivision administration and block administration. Based on which the sites of vaccination session will be selected.
Buxar is the second place in the state, to make people aware

On the one hand, preparations for the second phase of vaccination campaign are in full swing. At the same time, the District Health Committee is completely excited with Buxar being second in the entire state in the first phase. In this regard, District Immunization Officer, Dr. Raj Kishore Singh said in the first phase that 86% people have been vaccinated in the district.

Which is the result of better coordination of Health Department and District Administration. The Health Committee got the full support of all media personnel of the district with the district administration, Center for Advocacy and Research in the awareness campaign. Due to which more and more people were motivated for the Kovid-19 vaccine.
Till now, the government has not received any instructions for the people deprived of the Corona vaccine

DIO Dr. Raj Kishore Singh said that during the first phase, many people have been deprived of taking the vaccine due to any reason. At present, no guidelines have been received regarding vaccination. The government and the department can get instructions on this subject till tomorrow. On the other hand, there was a slight disturbance in the registration for the first phase.

Due to which the number of people registered was increased. Among the missing people, there are about 500 people whose names have been uploaded twice. However, there is no option to remove duplicate names from the registration list. For this, the department has sought guidance. If these duplicate names are removed, the situation in Buxar district in the first phase will prove to be much better than other districts.

Personnel are being made aware

DIO Dr. Raj Kishore Singh said that the government had already issued a guide line for the Kovid-19 vaccine. No one will be pressured to apply this vaccine. Only those who want to take the vaccine from scrutiny will be vaccinated. Therefore in the first phase, awareness programs for Kovid-19 vaccine were conducted at several levels. Now these awareness programs will also be conducted at the department levels.

In which personnel of all government departments will be made aware and motivated to take the vaccine. Also, they will also be told that this indigenously manufactured vaccine has no side effects. No one has had any trouble in the district after taking the vaccine so far. Due to which people were coming to take the vaccine themselves. Also, Kovid-19 regulations were also being followed during vaccination.