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WHO 6m
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Q: With adequate hygiene, sanitation & clean water, is there still a need for vaccination? A: Yes
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WHO 1h
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Vaccines provide better immunity than natural infections, !
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UNICEF 2h
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You got it! We are working to make sure vaccines are available
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WHO Afghanistan Apr 26
when you reach every last child. Find out how far we go to & leave no child behind
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WHO 7h
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Las vacunas son nuestro escudo protector frente a enfermedades graves ¡!
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WHO 7h
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Vaccines: -Helped eradicate -⬇child deaths globally 📉 -Protect against disease -Prevent disabilities such as
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WHO 7h
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Outbreaks anywhere are a threat everywhere. With vaccines, we can prevent outbreaks!
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WHO 9h
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WHO 10h
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Las vacunas protegen a las personas y a las comunidades. Las vacunas funcionan. ¡!
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UNAMI 14h
: Trauma field hospital in Hammam Al-Alil goes 24/7 via
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WHO African Region 11h
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Vaccines can help limit the spread of and reduce preventable illness & deaths
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WHO 10h
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When immunization rates are high, the wider community is protected. !
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WHO 15h
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Les , ça marche pour protéger les individus et les communautés
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WHO African Region Apr 26
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to leave no child behind, even in the most remote corners of the earth. To , every child needs to be vaccinated!
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WHO 15h
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It's World Immunization Week! to protect individuals and communities against serious diseases
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WHO Afghanistan 16h
is closer than ever to eradicating . to & protect children from lifelong paralysis
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United Nations 20h
Poverty, or the place where a child is born, should not determine access to life-saving vaccines
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WHO Apr 26
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In almost every country, some population groups have limited access to vaccines. , Let's make sure NO child is left behind!
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WHO Apr 26
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FACT: Immunization is one of the most successful & cost-effective means to help children grow into healthy adults
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WHO Apr 26
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Poverty, or the place where a child is born, should not determine access to life-saving vaccines
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