The end is the most challenging, we cannot stop now. “The countries that have had problems have been the countries where the vaccination levels are extremely low, either because of ongoing infrastructure issues or, more commonly now, because areas of conflict don’t have the necessary infrastructure to vaccinate,” “If we continue to keep our vaccination levels high in all countries until we know polioviruses are all gone, then we should not see more cases.”

Why polio outbreaks still happen
With the world on the brink of polio eradication, the oral vaccine used to stamp out the virus might also be behind rare outbreaks of the disease.
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July 10, 2018 at 10:08AM

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