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    The World Health Organization says (1) _____vaccinations_____ against disease save the lives of two to three million children every year. The WHO says almost 80 percent of babies are vaccinated against diseases like (2)_____ diphtheria_____, measles and (3) _____whooping_____cough. But 20 percent -- or about 22 million children -– are not protected. That is why many efforts to end (4) _____polio_____ and measles have not succeeded, says WHO Director of Immunization Jean-Marie Okwo-Bele. But Dr. Okwo-BEle also says the cost of newer vaccines is too high for children in poor countries.

    “The newer vaccines that are available against the two top killers of children – (5)_____ pneumonia _____and diarrhea – these vaccines are not accessible to the (6)_____ majority _____of children in the world. And, we know that child deaths will be reduced by an additional one to one and one half million deaths with increased (7) _____access _____to all vaccines.”

    The WHO says most of the UN-vaccinated children live in countries in Africa and (8)_____ southeast_____ Asia. Eighty percent of those who are not vaccinated against preventable (9)_____ diseases _____live in 10 countries. The list includes Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, India, Indonesia and Pakistan.

    Dr. Okwo-Bele says limited resources for health care systems also (10) _____threaten_____the ability of poor countries to vaccinate children. For example, some countries are not able to store vaccines at cold (11) _____temperatures _____until they can be used. But the official says there are some improvements in getting vaccines to (12) _____clinics_____and children.

    “In Benin last year, for the first time we used the vaccine, the new vaccine that has been produced for (13) _____combating_____ meningitis A epidemics in Benin and West Africa. So, we used that vaccine outside the cold (14) _____chain_____ for up to four days in district and health facility levels. And this is a big step to help with vaccination (15) _____campaigns_____, especially in these areas where we do not have a ready cold chain.”

    The WHO says governments need to vaccinate more children. The UN organization also says health (16) _____officials_____and governments must do a better job of telling people about the (17) _____benefits_____of vaccines. Dr. Okwo-Bele says that includes making sure people understand that many (18) _____stories _____about vaccines are not true.

    And that's the Health Report from VOA Learning English. You can learn English with more news about health and (19) _____medicine_____ at the VOA Learning English website. You can also find (20) _____captioned _____videos of our reports at the VOA Learning English channel on YouTube. I'm Christopher Cruise.
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    1/ Vaccinations
    2/ Diphtheria
    3/ Whooping
    4/ Polio
    5/ .......pneumonia
    6/ majority
    7/ access
    8/ southeast
    9/ diseases
    10/ Threaten
    11/ Temperatures
    12/ Clinics
    13/ Combating
    14/ Chain
    15/ Campaigns
    16/ Officials
    17/ Benefits
    18/ stories
    19/ Medicine
    20/ Captioned
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    Chúc mừng các bạn đă đạt kết quả cao trong bài VOA Test 103. Sau đấy, LE sẽ đưa đáp án của bài đó lên cho mọi người cùng xem lại nhé.

    From VOA Learning English, this is the Health Report.

    The World Health Organization says (1) vaccinations against disease save the lives of two to three million children every year. The WHO says almost 80 percent of babies are vaccinated against diseases like (2) diphtheria, measles and (3) whooping cough. But 20 percent -- or about 22 million children -– are not protected. That is why many efforts to end (4) polio and measles have not succeeded, says WHO Director of Immunization Jean-Marie Okwo-Bele. But Dr. Okwo-BEle also says the cost of newer vaccines is too high for children in poor countries.

    “The newer vaccines that are available against the two top killers of children – (5) pneumonia and diarrhea – these vaccines are not accessible to the (6) majority of children in the world. And, we know that child deaths will be reduced by an additional one to one and one half million deaths with increased (7) access to all vaccines.”

    The WHO says most of the UN-vaccinated children live in countries in Africa and (8) southeast Asia. Eighty percent of those who are not vaccinated against preventable (9) diseases live in 10 countries. The list includes Nigeria, the Democratic Republic of Congo, India, Indonesia and Pakistan.

    Dr. Okwo-Bele says limited resources for health care systems also (10) threaten the ability of poor countries to vaccinate children. For example, some countries are not able to store vaccines at cold (11) temperatures until they can be used. But the official says there are some improvements in getting vaccines to (12) clinics and children.

    “In Benin last year, for the first time we used the vaccine, the new vaccine that has been produced for (13) combating meningitis A epidemics in Benin and West Africa. So, we used that vaccine outside the cold (14) chain for up to four days in district and health facility levels. And this is a big step to help with vaccination (15) campaigns, especially in these areas where we do not have a ready cold chain.”

    The WHO says governments need to vaccinate more children. The UN organization also says health (16) officials and governments must do a better job of telling people about the (17) benefits of vaccines. Dr. Okwo-Bele says that includes making sure people understand that many (18) stories about vaccines are not true.

    And that's the Health Report from VOA Learning English. You can learn English with more news about health and (19) medicine at the VOA Learning English website. You can also find (20) captioned videos of our reports at the VOA Learning English channel on YouTube. I'm Christopher Cruise.

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