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MMR

GOST 7.67 Latin three-letter geocode for Burma. The code is used for transactions to and from Burman bank accounts and for international shipping to Burma. As with all GOST 7.67 codes, it is used primarily in Cyrillic alphabets.
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"Ending the measles outbreak required extensive collaboration with community organizations and Jewish leaders.
With more than 84,000 cases, Ukraine accounted for the vast majority of measles in Europe, followed by Kazakhstan and Georgia.
From the beginning of the year (December 28, 2018 to August 9, 2019), 57 107 people became ill with measles - 26,910 adults and 30,197 children, and 18 people died from measles complications.
Additional 100,000 doses of measles vaccines were received for vaccination of contact persons and this way to stop spread, the Ministry of Health said.
22,310 people were vaccinated against measles in 2018.
The boy was taken back to the hospital Thursday after he developed a rash on June 21, and follow-up tests confirmed that he was infected with the same strain of measles as the girl, the CDC said.
Measles can be prevented with a vaccine that is both highly effective and safe.
Three deaths due to measles were recorded in the region from January to April.
This makes 2019 the second-highest year for confirmed measles cases since 2000, with 2014 still holding the record at 667 for the full year.
However, for infants, people with immune deficiencies, and other vulnerable populations, the consequences of measles infection can be severe.
As of March 30, the DOH Epidemiology Bureau recorded 26,956 measles cases, with 381 deaths.
Measles is transmitted via droplet infection into the respiratory tract, and incubates for an average of 14 days.