20.1 C
Thursday, August 18, 2022

Covid-19 Shots Risk Displacing Immunizations Against Childhood Killers in Developing Countries

KAMPALA, Uganda—For two years, lockdowns and other efforts to stem the coronavirus pandemic have disrupted vaccinations against measles and other highly infectious childhood diseases in developing countries.

Now, as underfunded healthcare systems shift to immunizing adults against Covid-19, 2022 risks seeing further setbacks in the fight against some of the leading killers of young children in developing countries.

Read More

Must Read

Related Articles