From the District 7780 website:

This month, I am very happy to bring you good news. As of May 22, (the latest figure I have access to) there have been no new cases of wild polio virus in Afghanistan. The total there remains at 7. Only one case has been reported in Pakistan in March. In 2017, we ended the year with 22 cases of wild polio virus in two countries (14 in Afghanistan and 8 in Pakistan), while in 2016, we had 35 cases in three countries (12 in Afghanistan, 19 in Pakistan, and 4 in Nigeria.) We are definitely making progress.

Again this year, Rotary clubs in District 7780 have come through spectacularly in their support of the End Polio Now campaign. The cumulative club Polio Plus giving goals this year were $53,072 and, as of May 26, actual contributions were $53,633.58.
Ten clubs have donated at least $1,500, the amount the Foundation asks clubs to give if they can (Bridgton Lake Region, Dover, Exeter, Hampton, Oxford Hills, Sanford-Springvale, Sebago Lake, South Portland-Cape Elizabeth, Westbrook-Gorham, and York.)  An additional nine clubs clubs have met or exceeded their club goals (Bath, Bath Sunrise, Bethel, Biddeford-Saco, Freeport, Fryeburg, Kittery, Saco-Bay Sunset, and South Berwick-Eliot.) Based on their pattern of past giving, I am confident a number of other clubs will meet or exceed their goals by the end of the year. We still have 4 clubs that have yet to give, and hopefully they will come through. Like last year, we should have 100% of our clubs contributing to this major cause.
This is my last Polio Plus Update as I am finishing my 3-year term as Polio Plus Subcommittee Chair on the Foundation Committee. It has been an honor and a pleasure for me to serve in this capacity and I am very grateful for PDG Sheila for appointing me to this position (and for PDG Marge and DG Dave for letting me continue.)
Jeff Slaton of the Saco Bay Rotary Club will be taking over and I’m sure he will do a great job. The End Polio Now campaign is something I care very deeply about and I so look forward to the day when we can declare victory and Polio is indeed gone from the face of the earth