Pakistan To Pay Parents In New Polio Vaccination Campaign

News outlets report on Pakistan’s new campaign that pays parents to vaccinate their children against polio.

The Guardian: Pakistan to pay parents in new polio vaccination drive
“Parents in one of Pakistan’s most troubled provinces are to be paid to vaccinate their children against polio, the crippling disease the world is tantalizingly close to eradicating…” (Boone, 3/10).

UPI: Pakistan to pay parents in polio vaccination campaign
“Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, for the first time, will pay parents to have children vaccinated against polio, a public health director said…” (3/10).

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