Mozambique: Thousand of Minors Vaccinated Against Killer Diseases

[CAJ News] Maputo -GLOBAL authorities have vaccinated hundreds of thousands of children affected by successive cyclones in Mozambique.
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[Dalsan Radio] Somalia has just launched one of Africa's largest immunization campaigns using oral cholera vaccines (OCV). The campaign, which runs from 22 to 28 June 2019 in high-risk areas of Somalia, will vaccinate more than 650 000 people aged one year and above to eliminate the risk of the disease among vulnerable populations and to prevent recurring cholera outbreaks in the country.
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