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Year : 1990  |  Volume : 34  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 209-14

Coverage evaluation surveys amongst children in some blocks of West Bengal.


Burdwan Medical College, West Bengal

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B Mukherjee
Burdwan Medical College, West Bengal

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Immunisation coverage evaluation was carried out in 9 Blocks of West Bengal amongst 12-23 months old children. Fully immunised status of 5 blocks were under 16%. Poor measles vaccine coverage thought to be the reason. Other vaccine coverage was more than 60%, in most of the blocks excepting Hilly Balurghat and Tamluk. "Child ill-not brought" was the important reason for immunisation failure in most of the blocks.


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