Tanzania integrates measles outbreak response with COVID-19 vaccination in Tanga region.


Dar es Salaam – Farida, 34, resident of Korowai DC, presented her 18 months old baby for vaccination. Habiba, was vaccinated with second dose of measles vaccine. With no hesitation, Farida also received a booster dose of COVID-19 vaccination having been vaccinated earlier this year. “Protecting my child against measles is a divine responsibility,” said Farida. “But I always ask myself, if I protect my child against measles and die of COVID-19, what then have I achieved,” Farida asked rhetorically. 


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