Pakistan polio update – July 2018

Update on polio eradication efforts in Pakistan for July 2018

 

In July:

  • There were no new cases of wild poliovirus (WPV1) reported.
  • 10.5 million children were vaccinated against poliovirus during case response campaigns by more than 73 000 dedicated frontline workers.
  • Teams at transit points and borders successfully vaccinated 1.7 million children.

 


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