A Chief Superintendent of Vaccination in dividing the vaccination area under his control into vaccination circles and in establishing public vaccination stations in each such vaccination circle, shall have due regard to the following factors, that is to say -

(a) there shall not as far as possible be less than one public vaccinator for every 15,000 of the population in a rural area, and 25,000 of the population in an urban at . .

(b) the area of each vaccination circle, in a rural area shall not as far as possible be more than one-fourth of the area Of a taluka;

(c) the., number of public, vaccination stations, in charge of each public vaccination shall not as far as possible more than three in a rural area, and more than four in an urban area;

(d) public vaccination startups shall be established in a vaccination circle so however that the distance between any two such stations does not as far as possible exceed eight kilometres rural area and three kilometres in an urban area.

(a) there shall not as far as possible be less than one public vaccinator for every 15,000 of the population in a rural area, and 25,000 of the population in an urban at . .

(b) the area of each vaccination circle, in a rural area shall not as far as possible be more than one-fourth of the area Of a taluka;

(c) the., number of public, vaccination stations, in charge of each public vaccination shall not as far as possible more than three in a rural area, and more than four in an urban area;

(d) public vaccination startups shall be established in a vaccination circle so however that the distance between any two such stations does not as far as possible exceed eight kilometres rural area and three kilometres in an urban area.

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