1. Measles vaccine catch-up 'too late', doctor says  New Zealand Herald
  2. Government campaign to boost measles vaccination rates  Newshub
  3. Measles vaccine catch-up 'too late', doctor say  Stuff.co.nz
  4. Measles vaccination campaign set to begin this year  RNZ
  5. Govt aims to boost measles vaccination rates among Māori and Pasifika as it pledges millions for campaign  1News
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When travel resumes there will be an increased risk of the disease.When travel resumes there will be an increased risk of the disease.

Government campaign to boost measles vaccination rates | Newshub

Doctors say a measles vaccination catch-up campaign is years overdue - and would have prevented last year's epidemic if it had been done on time.Doctors say a measles vaccination catch-up campaign is years overdue - and would have prevented last year's epidemic if it had been done on time.

A vaccination campaign to plug a gap that leaves the country vulnerable to a deadly measles outbreak will begin this year, the government says.A vaccination campaign to plug a gap that leaves the country vulnerable to a deadly measles outbreak will begin this year, the government says.

Measles vaccination campaign set to begin this year | RNZ News

It will target 30,000 people aged between 15 and 30. It will target 30,000 people aged between 15 and 30.

Govt aims to boost measles vaccination rates among Māori and Pasifika as it pledges millions for campaign | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

Ethiopia concluded a 10-day measles vaccination campaign which reached more than 14 million children even as health authorities try to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic and deliver essential services. The campaign, which was to be conducted in April, had been postponed due to disruptions occasioned by

More than 14 million children vaccinated against measles in Ethiopia | CGTN Africa

The nationwide campaign was initially scheduled for April but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The nationwide campaign was initially scheduled for April but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Ethiopia vaccinates 14 million children against measles - The East African

The nationwide campaign was initially scheduled for April but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The nationwide campaign was initially scheduled for April but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Ethiopia vaccinates nearly 15 million children against measles - Daily Nation