Pan American Health Organization Response to COVID-19, January-June 2022. Summary Mid-year Report, Key Indicators and Selected Highlights
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This mid-year report (January-June 2022) summarizes the Pan American Health Organization's main efforts to support countries and territories in the Americas as they responded to COVID-19 during the first half of 2022.
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