Nepal In Second Phase Of National Polio Vaccination Campaign
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Nepal has completed the second phase of a polio vaccination campaign for children under five years of age. Authorities began the effort after cases of the disease were reported in two neighboring states in India. Up to 2.4 million drops of vaccine are expected to be administered under the current campaign to be completed in late April. In all, 4.5 million children were expected to receive the drops over the course of the campaign, which began last month. (Click here for more
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