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Somalia Hit By Poliomyelitis

According to World Health Organization (WHO), two fresh cases of poliomyelitis were reported one from Lower Juba and another from Mudug region//, in southern Somalia and northeastern Somalia respectively. These regions, with security-related restrictions, present a risk to neighbouring countries. ....The cases also threaten the progress made in Mogadishu, formerly the epicentre of the outbreak w...

WHO Kick Starts Polio Immunization Drive in Somalia

The World Health Organization is beginning a five-day nationwide polio immunization campaign in Somalia, that will aim at vaccinating about one-and-one half million children, below the age of five. // ....The Head Honcho of WHO's Global Polio Eradication Campaign, David Heymann said, "In fact, we are seeing that the number of cases of polio are now beginning to decrease," And, we even feel that...
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