#VaccinesWork for All

From WHO's World Immunization Week website:

The aim of World Immunization Week is to promote the use of vaccines to protect people of all ages against disease. The week takes place from 24-30 April. Every year, millions of lives are saved thanks to immunization and it is recognized widely as one of the most successful and cost effective health interventions. However, nearly 20 million children are still unvaccinated and under-vaccinated worldwide.

With the theme #VaccinesWork for All, the campaign focuses on how vaccines as well as the people who develop, deliver and receive them are vaccine champions by working to protect the health of everyone, everywhere.

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We want to hear how you and your colleagues are ensuring that #VaccinesWork for All!

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Finally, THANK YOU for continuing your important immunization work during this current pandemic. Your perseverance and innovation during these challenging times are recognized and applauded! 

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