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Madhya Pradesh Deputy CM Launches Japanese Encephalitis Vaccination Campaign

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In a significant move aimed at bolstering public health efforts, Madhya Pradesh’s Deputy Chief Minister Rajendra Shukla launched the Japanese Encephalitis vaccination campaign today at the District Early Intervention Centre (DEIC) in Bhopal.

Addressing the gathering, Deputy CM Rajendra Shukla highlighted the importance of raising awareness about Japanese Encephalitis and garnering community cooperation for the vaccination campaign. He emphasized the need for collective action to combat the disease effectively.

“On this occasion, the people present were pledged to create awareness about Japanese Encephalitis and cooperate in the vaccination campaign,” stated Deputy CM Rajendra Shukla, underlining the collaborative approach required to address public health challenges.

Expressing confidence in the success of the vaccination drive, Deputy CM Rajendra Shukla attributed it to the visionary leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He lauded the transformative initiatives undertaken by the government in the health sector and expressed optimism that the Japanese Encephalitis vaccination campaign would yield positive results under PM Modi’s guidance.

“Under the leadership of respected Prime Minister Narendra Modi, revolutionary work has been done in the health sector, and definitely, the Japanese Encephalitis vaccination campaign will also be successful,” asserted Deputy CM Rajendra Shukla, highlighting the government’s commitment to enhancing healthcare infrastructure and services across the nation.

The launch of the Japanese Encephalitis vaccination campaign underscores Madhya Pradesh’s proactive approach towards safeguarding public health and preventing the spread of infectious diseases. With concerted efforts from government officials, healthcare professionals, and community members, the state aims to achieve widespread vaccination coverage and mitigate the risk of Japanese Encephalitis outbreaks.

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