WHO AFRO Wild Polio Free Anniversary: Leaders Urge Continued Commitment

Despite success against wild polio in the African region, outbreaks of the non-wild form of polio, cVDPV2, continue. With continued country commitment to eradication, a future where no child in Africa is paralysed by the virus is possible.


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