WHO, Partners Continue Yellow Fever Vaccination, Prevention Efforts In Angola, DRC

U.N. News Centre: Measures to control yellow fever still needed despite drop in number of cases — U.N. health agency
“The United Nations health agency and its partners are continuing their programs against yellow fever outbreaks even though the epidemic, first reported in January 2016, appears to be declining, with no new cases confirmed in the last six weeks. The U.N. World Health Organization expects that more than 17 million additional people will be vaccinated in Angola and Democratic Republic of the Congo before the rainy season starts in September…” (8/9).

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