Somalia makes gains against Al-Shabaab extremists
At least 105 cases of polio have been recorded in Somalia this year - almost half the number of cases around the world in 2012.
The World Health Organization is trying to eradicate polio and the number of cases has fallen dramatically.
Most of the Somali cases are in areas controlled by Islamist group al-Shabab.
Polio is now only considered endemic in three countries - Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan.
Somalia was declared polio-free six years ago and some four million people have been vaccinated.
At the end of October, Somalia saw its deadliest attack since 2017, 121 were people killed and 333 injured in a double car bombing in the capital, Mogadishu.