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"Current progress toward polio eradication must be sustained in countries experiencing endemic transmission and outbreaks. Intensified programmatic actions leading to more effective outbreak responses and enhanced efforts to immunize all children are essential. Until WPV1 is eradicated and cVDPV transmission is interrupted, the risk for children being paralyzed by polio remains." - Progress Toward Polio Eradication — Worldwide, January 2020–April 2022

Additional Authors: Aidan O’Leary, Steven G.F. Wassilak, John F. Vertefeuille


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