Here’s Why Vaccines Are So Crucial

If children in poor countries got the shots that rich countries take for granted, hundreds of thousands of young lives could be saved.


Go see the child,
Samir Saha said. Just sit with her. Probably the siblings will be there too, the brother and sister whose lives are also altered permanently.

‘This is why the vaccine is so important,’ Saha said.

‘We want to reduce this number to a minimum, if not zero. So no other children will be like this.’

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