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Since the beginning of the offensive of the enemy troops of the Russian Federation, our medical system of the majority is aimed at helping the defenders of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. However, work to overcome the outbreak in the regions continues as far as possible. 

Monitoring of cases of acute flaccid paralysis from polio continues. Epidemiological investigation and timeliness of case investigations is 100%. Laboratories freeze the obtained samples for further storage.

As of March 3, 2022, 49,329 children aged 6 months to 6 years (1 or 2 doses of IPV) received protection. Of these, 25,426 received 1 dose (29%) and 23,903 received a second dose (43%). Some regions launched a campaign in January.

The highest coverage rates in the following areas: 

  • Dnipropetrovsk (100%),
  • Kirovograd (51%),
  • Luhansk (46%),
  • Vinnytsia (45%), regions.

The lowest rates are in Lviv (25%), Kyiv (27%), Cherkasy (28%), Poltava (28%), Volyn (28%), Zaporizhia (28%) oblasts. 

A total of 144,000 children are planned to be vaccinated at the first stage. So far, 34% of the plan has been completed.

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