An average of 1.2 million children are immunized every six months in Ogun State, as part of efforts to ensure effective health care delivery to the citizenry, the State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Babatunde Ipaye has disclosed.

Making the disclosure at a community health outreach, organized by The Collective Club in Sagamu, Dr. Ipaye said the immunization included the use of vitamin A supplementation, to prevent complications of conditions, thereby reducing unnecessary spending by parents.

The Commissioner said the State has been able to put cholera at bay through investment in primary healthcare, adding that massive health education and nutritional supplementation were some of the preventive interventions put in place, to prevent the outbreak of the disease.