Rotary Clubs Blanket Brazil with Polio and Measles Vaccinations
Members help reverse trend of plummeting immunizations by reaching 11 million children

Rotary clubs in Brazil mobilized to help stave off a potential polio outbreak after dangerously low vaccination rates were reported by health officials last year. More than 11 million Brazilian children were inoculated during a massive two-month vaccination campaign, reversing a trend of plummeting immunization coverage.

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