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International Monetary Fund. Communications Department

From lab to jab Sources : Our World in Data; and IMF staff analysis. Note : *The only vaccine against tuberculosis is bacillus Calmette-Guérin (BCG), but there is no effective vaccine to prevent tuberculosis in adults. There is a partially effective vaccine against Dengue virus (CYD-TDV). Not all cervical cancers are caused by the HPV virus, but the HPV vaccine does protect against other cancers caused by the HPV virus. The hepatitis vaccine in the chart is for hepatitis B. IN 1882 , Dr. Robert Koch discovered the bacteria that cause tuberculosis

International Monetary Fund. African Dept.

vaccine (Penta3), representing an 80 percent coverage rate; in addition, 338,710 children aged 0 to 11 months were inoculated against measles/rubella, representing a 78 percent coverage rate; a total of 106,087 nine-year-old girls received the first dose of the HPV vaccine for the control of cervical cancer, representing a 41 percent coverage rate; and 443,975 pregnant women were vaccinated against tetanus, representing coverage of 73 percent; Social housing In terms of social housing, 493 housing units were completed in Bingerville, 90 housing units are

International Monetary Fund. African Dept.
Prior to the COVID crisis, Côte d’Ivoire had established a strong track record of economic policies, although domestic revenue mobilization has disappointed. The authorities reacted swiftly to the pandemic, supported by emergency financing from the IMF and other donors. They implemented a health and economic response plan combined with frontloaded capital spending, relaxing the 2020 fiscal stance by 3½ ppt of GDP compared to pre-COVID projections. The authorities will start consolidating the fiscal position in 2021 while supporting the recovery, with tax measures underpinning the 2021 budget. Beyond, the authorities are committed to returning to the regional fiscal deficit norm of 3 percent of GDP by 2023. The October 2020 presidential election was accompanied by socio-political tensions.