National immunisation survey begins in Ibra

Ibra: The Directorate General of Health Services in the Governorate of North A’Sharqiyah, represented by the Department of Disease Control and Surveillance, today started the national survey of immunization coverage rates for children.

To verify the data of immunizations in the age groups of children from seven months to five years, and it continues for two weeks.

Daoud bin Dadin Al Balushi, supervisor of the immunization program at the Directorate General of Health Services in North Sharqiyah Governorate, said: The survey targets 1,162 children from all states and villages of North Sharqiyah Governorate. With the aim of validating the results of reports and immunization data for children under five years of age, providing additional information on the number of people who have been properly immunized at all levels, and directing executive policies by presenting best practices.

He added: The national survey will shed light on the challenges that require effective interventions. With the aim of improving the performance of the national program for immunizations in the governorate, and identifying the reasons for the delay in taking vaccinations beyond their specified dates.

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