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National Immunization Day is celebrated by the Government of India on the 16th March to mark the administration of the first polio vaccine in 1995. The Pulse Polio campaign is considered to be one the most successful immunization drives in India, which resulted in India being declared ‘polio free’ in 2014.
Immunization has proved to be a successful tool in preventing the spread of highly infectious and potentially lethal diseases. It is estimated that immunization drives help avoid between 2-3 million deaths per year. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), the benefits of immunization are not limited to our health, it also has significant social and economic effects as well. A healthy population is a sign of a striving society. This is especially evident during the current COVID 19 pandemic, wherein the economy was brought to a virtual standstill as the virus spread rampantly.
As responsible citizens of the country, we should join hands to support all national immunization programs to ensure lifelong health, along with our family and fellow citizens. It is extremely important that all our children are given routine immunizations as a basic child right, along with their right to education, health, survival, protection and participation.
We must ensure that our children are fully vaccinated with all routine immunizations and protected from life threatening diseases, along with our compliance with the COVID-19 vaccination drives by Government of India.
Dr Rajeev Seth
MD, FIAP, FAAP(USA)
Bal Umang Drishya Sanstha (BUDS)
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