The world is not small, so it seems like after one tragedy another tragedy is happening, we like to focus on the good that can come out of even the worst situations. Not only the good things are happening in all over the world but anyone and everyone can do their part to make sure these good things keep coming.
Whether you donate your time or money for a worthy reason, do a random act of kindness, or just say something good for a stranger, then your action can put a positive difference. And if every day does a good thing – no matter how big or small it is – we can succeed so much together.
We are well on our way of getting rid of the second disease which is Polio.
So many years back in the late 1970s saw 150,000 to 200,000 new cases every year. Their good work has had life-saving results. By 2011, the number of new polio cases in India was zero and it was only done with the help thousands of years of medical advancements, we successfully eradicated smallpox. Now, polio is next. of many scientists, medical professionals, and volunteers have come together to increase vaccination efforts in countries like India
This progress is due to the constant work of the global polio elimination initiative, which has reduced the global patients of polio to 99.9 percent since the launch of the organization in 1988.
In 2017, there are only eight confirmed cases of the wild virus. Successful immunization – especially for young children – has been important in preventing new polio cases, and the huge success has led to the routine vaccination route for developing countries such as measuring, hepatitis B, pneumonia, tetanus, other diseases, and Typhoid.