Children immunised recently under routine immunisation schedule and all newborn should also be given polio drops on the campaign days.
The loan has been sought due to revision of prices of injectible polio vaccine in the international market, the House was informed last week.
Pulse Polio camps, being held since 1995, used to be conducted two times a year. Polio has been wiped out from almost all countries in the world
Some vials of the oral polio vaccines, manufactured by a Ghaziabad-based pharmaceuticals company, contaminated with the type-2 polio virus were administered to children in three states.
The injectable vaccine, kept at room temperature for four weeks and then rehydrated, offered full protection against the polio virus when tested in mice, researchers said.
Confirming the incident, Additional Deputy Commissioner (ADC) Asif Rahim said the services of all 11 team members were terminated, reports Dawn news.
The vaccine will be available at various camps as part of a vaccination drive.
Recently type-2 virus was found in stool sample in Uttar Pradesh, which received OPV vaccine supplied by Biomed, during a surveillance by Union Health Ministry and WHO.
Drug inspectors are scurrying around all government immunisation centres and hospitals to crosscheck if bivalent Oral Polio Vaccine (bOPV) vials manufactured by Bio-Med are kept in stock.
On Tuesday, a meeting was held in Delhi on the issue where directions were passed to administer two fractional doses of the IPV to all children below two-years who were not vaccinated with it.
Soon after the State government’s call to stop using them, the stock was sent back to the Centre in the second week of September itself, the officials said.
Polio vaccine scandal: Authorities to scan Ghaziabad company premises to find out source of contamination
India, as per the World Health Organisation (WHO) guidlines, had ordered withdrawal and destruction of all trivalent stocks by April 2016.
Telangana switched from trivalent OPV to bivalent OPV (bOPV) — which builds anti-bodies against P-1 and P-3 virus — in 2016.
The incident came to light after surveillance reports from Uttar Pradesh showed signs of the virus in stool samples of some children.