The social influence of religious groups and communities such as Muslims has put a great impediment to the progress of vaccination. They make claims that affect the campaign for vaccination leaving major spots in society with some parents refusing to take their children for vaccination. The government of India should ensure that such factors are taken care of by teaming with other organizations and voluntary groups to advance the campaigns. Working with various groups will instill confidence in society and it will also facilitate the coverage of information even to the most uncivilized communities on the ground.
More utilization of groups and the development of strategies for reaching people will be the leading signs of the war against polio and other communicable diseases. As Mittal & Mathew (2007) says, it is the lack of political and administrative will from the government and its healthcare institutions as well as the numerous numbers of children- he terms them “Pockets of Children”- who have not been immunized does make the fight of polio fail to cease, and they’re working with groups and developing new policies and strategies, the war will be worn successfully.