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World Immunization week- 24 - 30 April 2020 amid COVID - 19 scare

COVID- 19 and world immunization week- 24th April to 30 th April 2020 . It aims to promote use of vaccines to prevent people of all ages against diseases. Immunization saves millions of lives every year and is widely recognized as one of the world's most successful and cost effective health intervention.Yet , there are still nearly 20 million children in the world today who are not getting the vaccines they need. The Theme of this year is #vaccines work for all and the campaign will focus on how vaccines- and the people who develop, deliver and receive them - are real heroes working to protect the health for everyone, everywhere. Countries across the globe are in the throes of responding to COVID- 19 pandemic. WH0 has released new guidance to help countries protect critical immunization services during the COVID- 19 pandemic, so that ground is not lost in the fight against preventable diseases. WHO is working consistently with partners and scientists to accelerate vaccine development for COVID- 19, but we must also ensure people are protected against the diseases for which vaccine already exists. THANKS

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During 24 to 30 April 2020 of World Immunization week ,it is to show how routine immunization is the foundation for strong, resilient health systems and universal health coverage. We must ensure people are protected against the diseases for which vaccine already exists
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During 24 to 30 April 2020 of World Immunization week ,it is to show how routine immunization is the foundation for strong, resilient health systems and universal health coverage. We must ensure people are protected against the diseases for which vaccine already exists
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Happy vaccination week to all man kind with a prayer we must vaccinate every child against preventable diseases and our scientist will find a early solution to this red dragon.
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Good and very right steps towards save life against other preventible disease.good initiative.
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Hope the vaccines against the Red Dragon Virus will come soon.
Valuable post thanks doctor
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Nice post
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