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Pakistan Moves to Contain Polio Virus after Travel Sanctionsi
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Sharon Behn
May 16, 2014 5:30 PM
Pakistan is moving quickly to try to contain the polio virus after the World Health Organization imposed international travel restrictions on anyone coming from the polio endemic country. Sharon Behn reports from Rawalpindi where health workers are working with parents to vaccinate their children.

Pakistan Moves to Contain Polio Virus after Travel Sanctions

Sharon Behn

Published May 16, 2014

Pakistan is moving quickly to try to contain the polio virus after the World Health Organization imposed international travel restrictions on anyone coming from the polio endemic country. Sharon Behn reports from Rawalpindi where health workers are working with parents to vaccinate their children.


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