Anti-polio vaccination campaign for children carried out in Syria

2019-02-11 06:55:22 GMT2019-02-11 14:55:22(Beijing Time) Sina English
A child receives a vaccine in Qalamoun region in the northern countryside of Damascus, Syria, Feb. 10, 2019. In an effort to get rid of polio, an anti-polio vaccination campaign for children is carried out in Syria with mobile vaccination teams sent to remote areas to cover as many children as possible. (Xinhua/Ammar Safarjalani) A child receives a vaccine in Qalamoun region in the northern countryside of Damascus, Syria, Feb. 10, 2019. In an effort to get rid of polio, an anti-polio vaccination campaign for children is carried out in Syria with mobile vaccination teams sent to remote areas to cover as many children as possible. (Xinhua/Ammar Safarjalani)
Children wait to receive vaccine in Qalamoun region in the northern countryside of Damascus, Syria, Feb. 10, 2019. In an effort to get rid of polio, an anti-polio vaccination campaign for children is carried out in Syria with mobile vaccination teams sent to remote areas to cover as many children as possible. (Xinhua/Ammar Safarjalani) Children wait to receive vaccine in Qalamoun region in the northern countryside of Damascus, Syria, Feb. 10, 2019. In an effort to get rid of polio, an anti-polio vaccination campaign for children is carried out in Syria with mobile vaccination teams sent to remote areas to cover as many children as possible. (Xinhua/Ammar Safarjalani)
A baby receives a vaccine in Qalamoun region in the northern countryside of Damascus, Syria, Feb. 10, 2019. In an effort to get rid of polio, an anti-polio vaccination campaign for children is carried out in Syria with mobile vaccination teams sent to remote areas to cover as many children as possible. (Xinhua/Ammar Safarjalani) A baby receives a vaccine in Qalamoun region in the northern countryside of Damascus, Syria, Feb. 10, 2019. In an effort to get rid of polio, an anti-polio vaccination campaign for children is carried out in Syria with mobile vaccination teams sent to remote areas to cover as many children as possible. (Xinhua/Ammar Safarjalani)
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