Mozambique Health Ministry, Partners Begin Cholera Vaccination Campaign Post-Cyclone

Al Jazeera: Mozambique launches cholera vaccine drive amid deadly outbreak
“The Mozambican health ministry has launched a vaccination campaign in cyclone-ravaged Beira city in a bid to contain an outbreak of cholera that has killed at least three people…” (Mbah, 4/3).

Reuters: Cholera vaccinations launched in post-cyclone Mozambique
“…The vaccination campaign is currently planned to last six days and aims to immunize 900,000 people across four districts including 500,000 in Beira. ‘We are pretty confident that we will reach the target,’ WHO spokesman Christian Lindmeier said in Geneva…” (4/3).

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