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Five Chinese Ministries Jointly Inspect Expanded National Immunization Program

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

Executive Summary

China's Minitry of Health, National Development and Reform Commission, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Finance, and State FDA have decided to jointly inspect the expanded national immunization program across the country immediately. With emphasis on self-examination, the ministries will conduct timely spot checks on selected provinces. The focus is on increasing the implementation of the immunization program, including vaccine purchase and supply, application of new vaccines, establishment and operation of a cold chain system and inoculation service management. In addition, financial input and fund usage by the state and local governments, as well as formulation on compensation for preventing inoculation-caused adverse incidents, will be inspected. (Click here for more - Chinese Language)

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