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NIDs Targets Immunizations To 22 Million Children In Bangladesh

Many governments have taken the National Polio Eradication Initiatives and now in an effort to eliminate polio re-emergence, 14th National //Immunization Days (NIDs) have planned to immunize 22 million children in Bangladesh under the age group of 0-5. ..Government of Bangladesh will carry out the initiatives along with the support of UNICEF, World Health Organization (WHO), Rotary International...
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