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COVID-19 Research and Analysis with Northeastern Experts: The Immunization Effect in Africa

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Mass immunization programs for diseases such as measles, cholera, and yellow fever have been suspended during the pandemic, leaving as many as 117 million children without vaccines this year, says Richard Wamai, an associate professor who studies neglected tropical diseases.

This story is taken from the Northeastern News. The authors are Benjamin Bertsch and Adam Fischer. Please see here for the news article. 

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