Uganda starts routine immunization services disrupted by COVID-19 pandemic

2020-10-17 05:35:39 GMT2020-10-17 13:35:39(Beijing Time) Xinhua English

A nurse checks the weight of a child during routine immunization exercise at Kiswa Health center, Kampala, Uganda, Oct. 16, 2020. Uganda has started immunizing over 38.4 million children and adults who missed critical vaccination services disrupted by the COVID-19 lockdown. (Xinhua/Nicholas Kajoba)

A woman has an injection during routine immunization exercise at Kiswa Health center, Kampala, Uganda, Oct. 16, 2020. Uganda has started immunizing over 38.4 million children and adults who missed critical vaccination services disrupted by the COVID-19 lockdown. (Xinhua/Nicholas Kajoba)

A child has an injection during routine immunization exercise at Kiswa Health center, Kampala, Uganda, Oct. 16, 2020. Uganda has started immunizing over 38.4 million children and adults who missed critical vaccination services disrupted by the COVID-19 lockdown. (Xinhua/Nicholas Kajoba)

A security guard checks the temperature of a woman during routine immunization exercise at Kiswa Health center, Kampala, Uganda, Oct. 16, 2020. Uganda has started immunizing over 38.4 million children and adults who missed critical vaccination services disrupted by the COVID-19 lockdown. (Xinhua/Nicholas Kajoba)

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