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How Digital Tools are Helping Pakistan Monitor Routine Immunization During the Pandemic

In Pakistan, urban communities were the first to feel the impact of COVID-19. But the virus has spread to all corners of the country to such an extent that officials have been debating if a second lockdown is needed to stop further transmission. A Gavi-supported digital immunization registry has helped keep track of vaccination activities to make sure children remain protected from other infectious diseases. Read more about the key role the immunization registry is playing in Pakistan here

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