Vaccination is being done rapidly in all the districts of Chhattisgarh to prevent the Kovid-19 epidemic. The villagers are also very enthusiastic about vaccination. In many gram panchayats, the target of the first dose of vaccine to people above 45 years of age has been achieved. Along with tribal areas of the state, awareness is being seen among the most backward castes like Pahari Korwa, Birhor. All panchayat representatives and grass root workers, including Panch-Sarpanch, are giving full devotion to the villagers against Kovid-19. Chief Minister Shri Bhupesh Baghel himself is reviewing the prevention and vaccination work of Kovid-19 epidemic daily through video conferencing directly from front line works of various departments including Mitanin, Meadow staff of Health Department. 100 percent vaccination and corona examination with the resolve of field workers in Dharamjaigarh At present, when the whole world is suffering from the second wave of corona epidemic, the people living in the village are also not untouched. Talk about the Dharamjigarh development block of Raigad district, in spite of having about one thousand active cases here, Kovid-19 vaccination campaign against the target of the first dose of vaccination for people above 45 years of age, in the 154 gram panchayats hundred percent people Has been vaccinated. Health workers are going door-to-door to collect awareness by going door-to-door with the help of public representatives, while clearing various kinds of misconceptions about vaccination. ‘Hill Korwa, Birhor people are also getting vaccinations’ Special enthusiasm for vaccination is also being seen in the Korwa and Birhor communities of the special backward tribe settled in the hill areas of Dharamjaigarh. The people of Birhor community residing in villages like Kumhichuan Khalbora, Kida of the block got excited and got vaccinated in consultation with health worker and Mitanin, as well as the hill Korvas residing in the most difficult areas like Chhapchar, Chhiphar, Barghat. Enthusiasm is being observed.