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Measles Vaccine Coverage Gap Sparks Fears of Viral Resurgence

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Measles is threatening to make a comeback in children after a record shortfall in vaccination rates during the pandemic, world and US health officials said.

Nearly 40 million children around the world missed a measles vaccine dose in 2021, according to a joint report from the World Health Organization and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. That raises the risk of the highly infectious respiratory virus in the US and other countries where it’s been rooted out by immunization campaigns.

Declining disease surveillance and disruptions in immunization campaigns during the pandemic have helped make measles an “imminent …

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