South Sudan prioritizes immunization, keeps polio at bay

| April 24, 2013
JUBA, 24 April 2013 (IRIN) – Through frequent door-to-door polio immunization campaigns, South Sudan has vaccinated more than 94 percent of children under age five against the disease, according to the Ministry of Health. The immunization effort has been one of the country's few health success stories since it achieved independence a year and a half ago.

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