Promoting Immunization Equity in the Americas. Emergency Response and Vaccine Equity among Migrant Populations and Border Communities: Guyana
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In response to concurrent measles, diphtheria, and yellow fever outbreaks in the Americas Region alongside increasing migratory movement, the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) declared an emergency situation in Guyana (as well as Brazil, Colombia, and Venezuela) on March 22nd, 2018, offering guidance and technical support in assessing country situations and developing emergency response plans.
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