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Measles: why the World Health Organization has declared it an 'imminent global threat'

By Michael Head, Senior Research Fellow in Global Health, University of Southampton
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One consequence of the pandemic was reduced access to routine healthcare and lower uptake of immunisations. As a result, in November 2022, the World Health Organization declared measles to be an “imminent threat in every region of the world”. They described how a record number of nearly 40 million children had missed at least one measles…The Conversation

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