COVID-19 pandemic leads to major backsliding on childhood vaccinations | COVID-19 Special

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As hospitals around the world buckled under the weight of the COVID-19 pandemic, 23 million children missed out on routine vaccinations in 2020 – putting them at risk from devastating but preventable diseases like Measles, Polio and Meningitis. The World Health Organisation warns that unless urgent action is taken, we risk trading one crisis for another.

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