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This is how the world can get routine vaccinations back on track

COVID-19 is disrupting immunization efforts in many vulnerable areas of the world. Image: REUTERS

Sean Fleming

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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Vaccination coverage by UNICEF region, 1980-2019.
Vaccination coverage by UNICEF region, 1980-2019. Image: UNICEF
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Vaccination setback and recovery patterns. Image: UNICEF
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