Vietnam Launches Cholera Vaccination Effort In Hanoi
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Vietnam has launched a cholera vaccination effort in the capital city of Hanoi as a preventative measure. The campaign is aimed at two particular districts of the city where outbreaks occurred last year. Under the plan, all children under 10 years of age are to receive free vaccinations. The government is using Vietnam-produced drugs that proved successful in other parts of the country in recent years. (Click here for more
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