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COVID-19 pandemic fuels largest continued backslide in vaccinations in three decades WHO and UNICEF sound the alarm as new data shows global vaccination coverage continued to decline in 2021, with 25 million infants missing out on lifesaving vaccines GENEVA/NEW York, (VOM) – The largest sustained decline in childhood vaccinations in approximately 30 years has been...

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*Deworming school-aged children for a safe and healthy future* Islamabad : “School-based Deworming Program in Islamabad Capital Territory” will conduct 3rd Annual Mass Deworming Campaign from 30th August 2021 till 4th September 2021. The school-based deworming program which is set to be conducted from 30th August 2021 till 4th Spetember 2021, will target 574,000 school-age...

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*A unified and whole-of-system approach necessary to make sure every child in Pakistan is vaccinated, UNICEF and WHO* Islamabad: UNICEF and WHO have applauded the Government of Pakistan’s continued efforts to eradicate polio. The UN agencies commended the concerted efforts made to make sure vaccination programmes continued even during COVID-19 surges in the country. At...

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NCOC National Positivity RATIO of COVID-19

*NCOC*National Positivity Ratio is 5.92% Highest positivity ratio observed in Karachi 13.84% followed by Hyderabad 8.79% and Swat 7.89%.2219 Covid patients are in critical condition across Pakistan and the number of critical patients is rising fast.The positivity ratio in various federating units is as: AJK 2.14%, Balochistan is 4.95%, GB 0.62%, Islamabad 3.98%, KP 5.87%,...

WHO supports Pakistan’s COVID-19 response with £2.67 million
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WHO supports Pakistan’s COVID-19 response with £2.67 million

Islamabad : 21 April, 2020 (VOM) World Health Organization (WHO) in Pakistan will be supporting the Government of Pakistan’s response to COVID-19 with £2.67 million (approximately US$3.29) worth of funding to scale-up the current response. “WHO has been working closely with the Government of Pakistan to prepare and respond to the growing threat of COVID-19....