Tanzania, WHO, Partners Launch Nationwide Campaign To Administer Measles Rubella, Inactivated Polio Virus Vaccines

WHO Regional Office for Africa: Reaching more than 8 million children with the Measles Rubella vaccines
“…This month, Tanzania with the support from WHO and partners launched a nation-wide campaign in more than 8,000 vaccination centers. In this campaign two vaccines — measles rubella and IPV vaccines — were administered at once. This is the first time the country has implemented a vaccination campaign in this approach — giving two injectable vaccines at once…” (11/8).

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