Pakistan Overcomes Geographical Challenges, Terror Threats To Vaccinate Children
NPR: Pakistan Keeps On Vaccinating Despite Tough Terrain And Terror Threat
“…In 2013, the country saw between 60 and 85 percent immunization coverage against diseases like measles, tuberculosis, polio, and meningitis. In 1980, the rate was almost zero…” (Beaubien, 12/18).
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