ISLAMABAD - Arrangements regarding 3-day anti polio drive being launched in the rural areas from Oct, 13 were reviewed and finalized in a meeting chaired by the Deputy Commissioner ICT Amer Ali Ahmad here on Sunday. The meeting was attended by the DHO ICT and incharges of all rural health centers, BHUs including the area incharges and supervisors of the mobile teams.  Deputy Commissioner ICT Amer Ali Ahmed directed the health department ICT to utilise all available resources to make the drive successful in the rural areas of ICT and keep continue efforts to achieve the 100% target.  District Health Officer ICT informed the meeting that Health Department ICT has made elaborate arrangements for the 100% coverage of administering polio drops to save the children from the crippling disease in the rural areas of Islamabad. He informed that a total of 85,454 children would be immunized against the polio in the rural area of ICT. The meeting was informed that 218 mobile teams have been activated in the rural areas. These teams would visit door-to-door in the far-flung areas for achieving the goals. Moreover, 12 union councils of ICT have been divided into 7 zones and 7 zonal supervisors including 41 areas in charge have been assigned the special task to achieve the target of immunization against the polio. Besides these, 30 static centers and 09 transit points have also been set up in the rural areas of Islamabad. The teams would submit the progress and achievement report to the Chief Commissioner Kamran Lashari and Deputy Commissioner ICT Amer Ali Ahmed Online adds: Over 15 million children up to five years of age would be administered polio drops across the province including Rawalpindi during 3rd round of three-day anti polio drive starting from today (Monday). Sources of Health Department Punjab informed that over 38,000 mobile teams had been constituted to administer polio drops to children across the province whereas facility of vaccination had also been made available at all government hospitals/dispensaries. He directed officers of the department to strict monitoring Vaccination Teams for ensuring 100 coverage of the campaign. He said 18 million polio vaccine doses had been provided to the mobile teams and the healthcare centres.