WHO Recommend Anti Diarrhea Vaccines for Children

The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends that all children are given anti-diarrhea vaccine to prevent rotavirus, the twitch half-million people every year. "This new policy will help ensure access for rotavirus vaccines in the poorest countries of the world," said WHO in a statement, with the reminder that more than 85 percent of deaths due to diarrhea occur in developing countries in Africa and Asia.

WHO's latest recommendations is submitted after the clinical testing in South Africa and Malawi found that a vaccine that reduces the spread of severe diarrhea by rotavirus. "New Evidence and WHO's recommendations is a breakthrough for the health of our children," said Oyewale Tomori, a former lab coordinator for the WHO Africa.

"We need immediate vaccination for this savior of the soul against rotavirus," said the woman. Tachi Yamada, head of health programs at the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, said, the recommendation that "opens the way for the vaccination that will protect children in the developing world from one of the most off the disease that they face."