Hanoi Orders Measles Shots For Students Following Outbreak
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Vietnam's capital city plans to vaccinate 700,000 students against measles in response to an outbreak that has infected 300 so far. The outbreak already has spread beyond the city to neighboring provinces. A local health official cautioned against a rush to get vaccinated because most clinics do not have serum yet. The shots are for those who have had no vaccination yet or who have had only one of the two-shot regimen. (Click here for more
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