The district administration of Peshawar on Monday sealed 8 more schools for refusing administering anti-measles and rubella vaccinations to children. On the directives of the Deputy Commissioner (DC) Peshawar, Captain (Retd) Khalid Mahmood, the officers of district administration visited various localities within their jurisdiction and ensured administering vaccines to children, said a press release issued here on Monday. The deputy commissioner requested the general public to extend cooperation to the teams of the health department in administering vaccines to children to help abolish measles, rubella and polio in the city. Meanwhile, Chairman Private Schools Management Association (PSMA)’s Danish-ul-Zaman demanded of the Sindh government to order the district administration for restoring all sealed private schools. He said private schools were playing an important role to provide quality education to the children, said a press release issued here.