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25 students fall ill after MR vaccination in Hailakandi

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HAILAKANDI, Sept 8 - Altogether, 25 students of Sahabad ME Madrassa under Katlicherra Revenue Circle in the southern district of Hailakandi complained of nausea, stomach ache and fever after being administered Measles Rubella (MR) vaccine today.

The Deputy Commissioner of Hailakandi Adil Khan has ordered a probe into the incident to be headed by the Joint Director of Health Services and District Immunisation Officer and asked them to submit their report to him immediately.

The MLA of Katlicherra Suzamuddin Laskar, District Development Commissioner FR Laskar, Additional Deputy Commissioner EL Fairhiem, Circle Officer James Aind and other officials visited the school and the Block Primary Health Centre (PHC ) to take stock of the situation.

Following vaccination just after the mid-day meal, several students complained of nausea, fever, stomach ache and vomiting and had to be admitted to the nearest Katlicherra Block PHC for treatment.

Joint Director of Health Services Dr Avijit Basu, who rushed to the site, informed that six students were hospitalised while the rest were kept under observation and would be discharged soon.

Dr Basu said he had examined the vaccines administered to 120 students of the school in the afternoon and found them to be in order.

District Immunisation Officer (DIO) Dr K Thambalsena said that there are no serious cases and the condition of the students was stable. She said the MR vaccine approved by WHO is being constantly monitored and is of high quality.

The DIO said there was no need to panic as common side effects such as fever, rashes, nausea and dizziness could occur in some cases following MR vaccination.

Dr Thambalsena further disclosed that the MR vaccination campaign has picked up momentum during the last couple of days and there was no serious complaint whatsoever.

She said the vaccination will continue for the next couple of weeks till all the children in the age group of nine months and 15 years are vaccinated. The DIO sought the support and cooperation of the parents, teachers, students and elderly for attaining 100% success in MR vaccination drive in the district.

As many as 2.15 lakh children of 1,485 schools in the district will be covered under the MR vaccination drive.

EL Fairhiem informed that 22 students have been released from Katlicherra PHC till the time of filing this news report.

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25 students fall ill after MR vaccination in Hailakandi

HAILAKANDI, Sept 8 - Altogether, 25 students of Sahabad ME Madrassa under Katlicherra Revenue Circle in the southern district of Hailakandi complained of nausea, stomach ache and fever after being administered Measles Rubella (MR) vaccine today.

The Deputy Commissioner of Hailakandi Adil Khan has ordered a probe into the incident to be headed by the Joint Director of Health Services and District Immunisation Officer and asked them to submit their report to him immediately.

The MLA of Katlicherra Suzamuddin Laskar, District Development Commissioner FR Laskar, Additional Deputy Commissioner EL Fairhiem, Circle Officer James Aind and other officials visited the school and the Block Primary Health Centre (PHC ) to take stock of the situation.

Following vaccination just after the mid-day meal, several students complained of nausea, fever, stomach ache and vomiting and had to be admitted to the nearest Katlicherra Block PHC for treatment.

Joint Director of Health Services Dr Avijit Basu, who rushed to the site, informed that six students were hospitalised while the rest were kept under observation and would be discharged soon.

Dr Basu said he had examined the vaccines administered to 120 students of the school in the afternoon and found them to be in order.

District Immunisation Officer (DIO) Dr K Thambalsena said that there are no serious cases and the condition of the students was stable. She said the MR vaccine approved by WHO is being constantly monitored and is of high quality.

The DIO said there was no need to panic as common side effects such as fever, rashes, nausea and dizziness could occur in some cases following MR vaccination.

Dr Thambalsena further disclosed that the MR vaccination campaign has picked up momentum during the last couple of days and there was no serious complaint whatsoever.

She said the vaccination will continue for the next couple of weeks till all the children in the age group of nine months and 15 years are vaccinated. The DIO sought the support and cooperation of the parents, teachers, students and elderly for attaining 100% success in MR vaccination drive in the district.

As many as 2.15 lakh children of 1,485 schools in the district will be covered under the MR vaccination drive.

EL Fairhiem informed that 22 students have been released from Katlicherra PHC till the time of filing this news report.

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