Anti-polio campaign launched in Balochistan

Published August 18, 2020
Balochistan chief minister said the success of the anti-polio campaign was not possible without the cooperation of people and civil society. — AFP/File
Balochistan chief minister said the success of the anti-polio campaign was not possible without the cooperation of people and civil society. — AFP/File

QUETTA: Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan Alyani launched a special five-day polio vaccination campaign in Balochistan amid tight security on Monday.

Expressing serious concern over the rising number of polio cases in the province, the chief minister appealed to the parents and tribal elders to cooperate with the polio teams.

He said the success of the anti-polio campaign was not possible without the cooperation of people and civil society.

Published in Dawn, August 18th, 2020

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