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As Measles Cases Surge, Vaccines Are the Best Way to Keep Kids Safe
Measles anywhere is a threat everywhere. That's why UNICEF vaccinated 28.9 million children against the potentially deadly virus in 2019.
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UNICEF and partners are working to protect mothers and babies from maternal and neonatal tetanus.
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