Deutsche Welle Interviews WHO Spokesperson For Polio Eradication On Global Progress Against Disease

Deutsche Welle: WHO: ‘Africa polio free apart from Nigeria’
“Polio, a crippling and potentially fatal infectious disease, has no cure, but there are safe and effective vaccines. The disease can be prevented through immunization. At the moment, there are no more than three countries with cases of polio, and the World Health Organization (WHO) hopes this could be the last World Polio Day. DW spoke to Sona Bari, spokesperson for polio eradication at WHO, about the progress made so far eradicating the disease…” (Mugabi, 10/23).

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