Hong Kong Health Expert Urges Stepped-Up Flu Vaccine Production
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
The head of the Hong Kong Centre of Infection urged the government to supply free flu vaccines to 800,000 of the most vulnerable people in the city. President Ho Pak-leung also said something must be done to speed development of flu vaccines so the health care community can stay on top of the constantly mutating viruses. Hong Kong schools recently reopened after an outbreak of the disease. Ho urged vaccinations to all people under the age of eight and over the age of 65. (Click here for more
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