A six-week long MR vaccination drive started in the state on November 27 and it aims to cover 3.38 crore children by December 31.
Maharashtra Health Minister Deepak Sawant Saturday said the drive, under which MR vaccines are being given free of cost at government hospitals and dispensaries, had achieved 35 per cent of its target.
He said the drive had been implemented successfully in 96,000 schools in the state.
He informed that Bhandara district had completed 60 per cent of its target, the highest in the state so far.
Districts like Sindhudurg, Gadchiroli, Kolhapur and Yavatmal had also done well, he said, while Navi Mumbai, Vasai-Virar and Dhule had achieved about 40 per cent of the target.
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