DC directs to ensure 100 percent attendance of Polio teams.

RAWALPINDI -- Deputy Commissioner Hassan Waqar Cheema on Tuesday directed the officials of the District Health Authority to ensure 100 per cent attendance of anti-polio teams during the drive which started in twelve districts of Punjab including Rawalpindi on Monday.

He said this while visiting the area of Jeevan Colony, Girja Road to review the performance of anti-Polio field teams.

The DC urged parents to vaccinate their children against the deadly Polio virus.

Cheema himself administered the Polio drops to children under five years of age and directed the officials concerned to remain present in the field and ensure the monitoring of polio workers so that no children could miss immunization.

He directed the officials to cover the target set for the drive daily and to remove the weeds from graveyards and other areas and expedite anti-dengue surveillance to avoid the breeding of larvae.

Meanwhile, Incharge district anti-polio drive Chaudary Muhammad Hussain told...

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