Bhutan, Maldives Become First Countries In SE Asia To Eliminate Measles, WHO Says

Associated Press: WHO: Maldives, Bhutan have eliminated measles
“The World Health Organization said Tuesday that Bhutan and the Maldives have eliminated measles, becoming the first countries in their region to stop the highly contagious disease. The Maldives has not reported any case of indigenous measles since 2009, and Bhutan since 2012, WHO said…” (6/13).

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