Some 67 million children worldwide missed routine vaccination shots during the past three years because of health care disruptions from the COVID-19 pandemic, raising the risk of measles and polio outbreaks.
New data from UNICEF in its annual State of the World’s Children report on Thursday showed the public perception of the importance of vaccines for children fell during the pandemic in 52 of 55 countries studied.
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