Anti-polio campaign starts in Balochistan today

Published April 11, 2021
The campaign was earlier postponed due to the protest of government employees. — AFP/File
The campaign was earlier postponed due to the protest of government employees. — AFP/File

QUETTA: A five-day anti-polio campaign, which was postponed due to the protest of the government employees, would be finally launched in all the 33 districts of Balochistan on Sunday (today).

The coordinator of Em­­e­­rgency Operation Cen­tre, Balochistan, Rashid Razzaq, said on Saturday that arrangements had been completed for the polio eradication campaign in the province.

Published in Dawn, April 11th, 2021

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