U.N., Partners Begin Vaccination Campaigns In Liberia After Measles Outbreak Erupts
NPR: As Ebola Leaves Liberia, Measles Makes A Forceful Comeback
“…Just as Liberia is getting ready to declare itself Ebola-free, another disease has cropped up. This January a measles outbreak erupted. So far this year, there have been 562 cases; seven were fatal…” (Beaubien, 5/8).
U.N. News Centre: U.N. to begin polio and measles vaccinations as Ebola transmissions plummet in Liberia
“United Nations agencies and their partners [Friday] announced a massive campaign to vaccinate more than 600,000 children against polio and measles in Liberia as a crucial step towards recovery and the restoration of health services in the West African country, where Ebola transmissions have dwindled in recent weeks…” (5/8).