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Из-за мер изоляции в связи с пандемией COVID-19 многие дети могут остаться без прививки от кори

Из-за коронавируса кампании по вакцинации против кори были уже отложены в 24 странах мира, в том числе в Казахстане, Кыргызстане, Украине и Узбекистане. Они будут отменены еще в 13 странах. В этой связи Всемирная организация здравоохранения (ВОЗ) и Детский фонд ООН (ЮНИСЕФ) совместно с другими партнерами в области здравоохранения выступили с заявлением в поддержку «Инициативы по борьбе против кори и краснухи» – глобального партнерского объединения, учрежденного обоими агентствами ООН совместно с Американским Красным Крестом, Центром США по контролю над болезнями.

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