Cameroon No Longer A Polio Exporting Country, But Still Considered High-Risk, Health Official Says

VOA News: Cameroon No Longer a Polio Exporter
“Cameroon said it has attained the status of a ‘non-polio exporting country’ — hitting the 6-month mark without a new case — but the country is still considered a high-risk nation with pockets of resistance to polio vaccination programs for children — especially in refugee camps…” (Kindzeka, 3/31).

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