Bloggers Unite for Shot@Life

Posted on February 2, 2013



Shot@Life’s 28 Days of Impact, which is a follow-up to last year’s Blogust campaign, started yesterday, Feb. 1, 2013. It is a blog relay during the entire month of February, where each day, a selected blogger shares a story about the impact of vaccines on children in developing countries. Yesterday’s post was about Rukshar, India’s last known case of Polio, by Cecily Kellogg on her blog Uppercase Woman, and today’s story is about Jasir, the very first child vaccinated against rotavirus in Sudan, by Elena Sonnino on her blog Live.Do.Grow.

Go ahead and read the stories you’ve missed, and read a new story everyday on the impact of vaccines from the other bloggers during the rest of February. You can also read the stories from last year’s Blogust campaign here. Learn more about Shot@Life and the importance of global vaccination. If you want your voice of support for global vaccination to be heard by your members of Congress, click here to take action.

Happy reading!

Posted in: Children, Disease, Events