CM directs for door to door survey to identify the people uncovered under the vaccination drive

Patna:   Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, enthused with achieving the target of 6 crore vaccination within 6 months has instructed his authorities to speed up the vaccination process to cover maximum number of persons in the state.

Mr Kumar, who reviewed the progress of the health department through video conferencing emphasised for taking up door to door survey to identify the people still uncovered in the vaccination  and make arrangements to administer the vaccination doses to them.

Cent percent vaccination would be a major achievement for the state, he said asking the authorities to achieve the target for which he also asked them  to remain prepared for the special vaccination drive scheduled on October 28 and November 7. 

Expressing concern for the huge crowd funking the state during Deepavali and Chhath festival  the Chief Minister asked Ye authorities to remain alert during the festivals as people in large number visit here. 

He directed the officials to ensure that those visiting the state must carry their vaccination certificate and rt-pcr test report. 
         The Chief Minister asked the administration to keep Hawks eyes at railway stations, Bus stands and inter state border checkpoints where he instructed to make arrangements for test against covid-19 and initiate suitable action on finding anyone positive for the coronavirus infection.
      Through his presentation, the Additional Chief Health Secretary Amrit Pratyay  apprised the Chief Minister about the latest situation regarding covid-19 and the on going vaccination drive. He said that door to door survey was conducted on October 18, 19 and 20 to identify the people uncovered and special drive would be launched on October 28 and November 7 for vaccination of such people.