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China Province Begins Vaccinating 23 Million Kids Against Measles

This article was originally published in PharmAsia News

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China's Quangdong Province aims to vaccinate 23 million children against measles over the next two months. The provincial health department said it is requiring all children between the ages of 1 and 15 to get their shots before April 30 at no cost. The government is providing $11.2 million in funds for the campaign to prevent an outbreak that normally occurs in Quangdong in the months of April and May. The province had more than 15,000 cases last year, seven of them fatal. (Click here for more
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