Block Medical Officer Bharmour Dr. Ankit Mandla told that the health team from Bharmour to Badgran has walked 40 km in the snow.
After traveling 40 km in snow from the tribal area Bharmour to Badgran, the health department team vaccinated the teenagers. Picking up the co-vaccine box, the team reached Badgran after walking for hours. Meanwhile, the team also had to cross three glaciers. If a member slipped in the snow, the other kept taking care of him. A video of health workers crossing a snow-covered glacier has been shared by the health department in a social media group.
The team that came out of Bharmour is stuck in Badgran for three days. The team that left Bharmaur in the morning reached Badgran in the late evening. The team has asked the villagers to bring the children to one place for vaccination, as these days children are at home due to school holidays. The children of the village near the school have been vaccinated, but the children of remote areas are being called. Due to this the team has stayed there for now.
Health worker Dalip Kumar and education department staff have gone to the teens in the age group of 15 to 18 to vaccinate them. Block Medical Officer Bharmour Dr. Ankit Mandla told that the health team from Bharmour to Badgran has walked 40 km in the snow. The team is there for three days. Adolescents in the age group of 15 to 18 years are being vaccinated.