Polio booster campaign launched for under-10s as growing evidence found in London | The World

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UK authorities have launched a polio booster vaccination campaign for children under 10 in London. It comes as more polio virus is found in sewage surveillance, suggesting some transmission within the community. Michelle Rimmer reports.

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