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Rafiullah Mandokhail.

ZHOB, March 16, 2010 (Balochistan Times): District Coordination Officer Abdul Mansoor Kakar and District Health Officer Dr. Abdul Rahim Sherani inaugurated Three-day anti polio campaign by administering polio drops to children at Civil Hospital Zhob. Three-day anti polio campaign would begin on Mar 15th, which would continue till Mar 17th. Health department teams would visit door to door to administer polio drops to children up to 5 years of age. During the drive 133 mobile teams have been formed, 41 special centres, 5 transit points at Quetta road, Dera Ismail Khan Dera Ismail Khan (dā`rə ĭsmīl` khän), town (1981 pop. 64,358), N central Pakistan, c.1 mi (1.6 km) on the western bank of the Indus River.  road, Murgha Kibzai road, and Waziristan road three border points have been established in the district Zhob to administer polio drops to 45215 children at 21 Union Councils of Zhob. On the occasion DCO DCO Demande Chimique En Oxygène (French)
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 Dr. Abdul Rahim said that polio is an extremely hazardous disease that paralyses the children for entire life. Parents have been requested to feed anti polio drops to their children to save them from dangerous disease. Rafiullah Mandokhail Al-Noor, Kandahari Bazaar Zhob 85200 Balochistan. Cell # 0300-3937628 <>

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Mar 16, 2010
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