Nigeria vaccinates over 45 million people against yellow fever during the COVID-19 pandemic.

[WHO - Africa] - 5/08/2022
Nigeria vaccinates over 45 million people against yellow fever during the COVID-19 pandemic. elombatd@who.int Fri, 05/08/2022 - 13:19 05 August 2022
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