Last October, residents in 2 Nigerian states reported deaths from a “strange disease.”

Yellow fever had previously spared Enugu and Delta states so some residents blamed spiritual causes for the deaths.

After the Nigeria CDC confirmed yellow fever and launched a vaccination campaign, some residents refused the jab.

Another challenge: Public health centers lack equipment—and even electricity—necessary for cold storage of doses to meet communities’ needs.

Read the full article about difficulties with vaccination in Nigeria at Global Health NOW.