World Immunization Week History
World Immunization Week seeks to promote vaccines as an effective way to protect people against disease. This day aims to educate and inform the public about the benefits of vaccination. Vaccination can help protect against serious diseases like measles, polio, and covid-19. This day also aims to increase trust among the public. It hopes to build solidarity in vaccination as a public good that can save lives.
World Immunization Week was established in 2012 by the World Health Organization. It is observed annually during the last week of April.
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