Vietnam Plans Measles Shots For 60,000 Kids In Ho Chi Minh City
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Vietnam plans to provide first-time measles vaccinations to every child aged 1-6 years in Ho Chi Minh City through April 10. The government estimates as many as 60,000 children in the city have not received the measles shot, despite a measles epidemic in the city and neighboring provinces. Two city districts alone account for 30 per cent of the total cases. (Click here for more
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