Beginning in 20th-century polio began to be eradicated. By 2007 polio was only found in Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Sudan. Polio vaccines could not be administered in these countries as a result of war and stability. In 2025 Afghanistan had a major revolution that overthrew the Taliban and political corruption. By 2035 a newly elected Democratic government was elected finally resolving the conflict that this country faced in the early 21st century. This led to the introduction of polio vaccination in 2042. By 2068 polio had been successfully eradicated from Afghanistan. In 2085 Pakistan was also fairly peaceful as a result of the major technologies that began the 2080s and 2090s. Polio was successfully eradicated from Pakistan in 2091. Finally, by 2100, the poliovirus begin the second disease to be eradicated by humans. The vaccine, however, continue to be produced the 25th century as precaution. By the 35th century polio became viewed as an ancient disease than no longer threatens mankind.
Who let the campaign
The polio eradication campaign of the late 21st century was won by the UN the World Health Organization and the European health agency. Private nonprofit groups like the people for the elimination of polio and a polio-free world provided additional funds. This was the greatest health triumph since the eradication of smallpox in the 20th century.