Neno district has beaten its target of vaccinating 25, 536 children in a week.
The Mulanje District Health Office says it has set polio vaccination sites in all unchartered routes along the Malawi - Mozambique border during this third round of polio vaccination campaign.
Senior Chiefs in Nsanje have vowed to fight against the tendency of denying people including innocent children access to medication citing polio vaccine over religious beliefs.
Neno district has today launched its third phase of the Polio vaccine in a bid to protect its under five children in the district from catching the disease, the phase will run up to the 14 of August this year.
Bishop Brighton Malasa has called upon all women to vaccinate their children against Polio, and Covid-19 which he said have far reaching consequences to human life.
Head of preventive health for Balaka District Hospital (DHO) Blessings Chitsime, says all eighteen health facilities in the district have registered a good number of vaccinated under5 children which is above 64% of the figure being recorded daily.
Some Health Surveillance Assistants (HSAs) in Thyolo have questioned a decision by District Health Office to leave out volunteers who were supposed to be part of the Polio vaccination exercise slated for tomorrow through Thursday.
As mass polio vaccination exercises will start administering Polio vaccines to children under the age of five from Monday to Thursday, Machinga district health office has set a target of 138 730 children with the exercise.
The Ministry of Health says it targets to reach out to over 1.8 million under five children across the country with injectable polio vaccine in a campaign which will be carried out from July 12th to July 16th this year.