China Plans Emergency Vaccinations In Earthquake Areas
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
China's health ministry plans to conduct an emergency vaccination of people at greater risk of infectious diseases because of the recent earthquake disaster. The ministry said inoculations for hepatitis A and encephalitis B would be among the shots given through June 15. By that date, the government also expects to have accumulated a stockpile of 100,000 vaccines against cholera, 10,000 for hydrophobia and 30,000 for measles. (Click here for more
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