Taiwan To Begin Inoculations With 3.2 Million Flu Vaccine Doses
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Taiwan is set to kick off its annual flu-shot program the government fully funds. The Centers for Disease Control has bought 3.2 million doses of flu vaccine, which it is to begin giving to Taiwanese Oct. 1. The program emphasizes the shots for the people 65 years old and older, nursing home patients and workers, and children as young as six months. Others targeted include patients with rare diseases, health care workers and people who might be exposed to the avian influenza due to work with animals. (Click here for more
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