ISLAMABAD As many as 60,000 children were administered anti-polio drops in the rural areas of the Capital during the second day (Tuesday) of the on-going drive against polio, the spokesman of ICT Administration informed. The spokesman said that the mobile teams of District Health Department went door to door in the far-flung rural areas to achieve maximum coverage against polio. DC Islamabad Amer Ali Ahmed reviewed the performance of the ongoing drive including mobile teams and directed the officials to ensure 100 per cent coverage against polio and cover all the far-flung areas without fail. He said that ICT Administration was fully vigilant to the situation and using all available sources for ensuring 100 per cent coverage against polio and the health officials are fully vigilant to the situation. He directed the officials and mobile teams to ensure administering anti-polio drops to the children in all the areas without missing any single child. District Health Officer Islamabad Dr Amirzada Khan said that he was conducting thorough visit of Bharakahu Area, Tarlai and other rural areas. He said that the catch-up activity would also be carried out till the fourth day, July 15 to ensure that all areas had been covered and all children had been given anti-polio drops.