A 2:1 Match by whom?
The latest partner to Join the GPEI in 1988
Living in the Americas, the effects of polio seem so --- away
The last case of polio in the western hemisphere was a boy from where?
Polio is still endemic in this country
Polio Vaccine is administered by what route in NIDs
Clubs can support Polio eradication by applying for a matching -----
Our Polio infrastructure helped to eliminate this disease in Nigeria
About how many million children are walking today because of our efforts?
Polio is caused by a -----
Was certified Polio free in August 2020
Was certified Polio free in 2014
The first oral polio vaccine used was invented by ----
The plan is to immunize ----- child
WPV invades the ------- system of the body
Surveillance is done by ----
A second oral polio vaccine was introduced by whom?
We must raise ----- million to get the match
We are making a huge ------ to reach every last child!
Which type of polio virus causes all cases at present
Circulating vaccine derived polio virus occurs in what type of population
the polio virus causes --------- in the body
Polio mainly affects children under the age of ----
This kept polio victims alive in early years of the disease
One of our partners in GPEI
During which month is World Polio Day observed?
Teams of ----------- go door to door during immunization campaigns
Polio vaccines come in both oral and ---------- forms
"End Polio ----"
A syndrome occurring after polio
CDC is located in which city
Millions of children are immunized during "---------- immunization days"
How many clubs had 100% member participation in the 2020Challenge in D 5550
The polio virus enters the body through the -----
Global incidence of polio has been reduced by -- %

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