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'This financial year we are targeting to vaccinate all animals in the county to prevent deaths,' he said.
Governor Alex Tolgos on Tuesday said that although the disease has not reached epidemic levels, there is an urgent need to vaccinate the residents.
45 parents refused to vaccinate children in At-Bashi district, 17 parents - in Ak-Tala district, 66 parents - in Jumgal region, 9 parents - in Kochkor district, 45 parents in Naryn district and 91 parents in Naryn town.
Due to social mobilization efforts acceptance level of FATA and FR residents to vaccinate their children have increased therefore causing reduction in refusals by parents.
A boost in funding will mean that Britain will aim to vaccinate more than 80 million children and save 1.4 million lives by 2015.
Of the 31 states where stores are located, Rite Aid pharmacists can vaccinate against shingles in 27: Alabama, California, Connecticut, Colorado, Delaware, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia and Washington.
"The health report confirmed that she had [allegedly] refused to vaccinate him.
PLANS to vaccinate some children against swine flu are in disarray after doctors refused to sign up to a deal Ministers had offered doctors pounds 5.25 per dose plus a "small concession" to vaccinate the next group -healthy children aged from six months to five.
He noted that developed countries in the world would vaccinate millions perhaps billions of people against swine flu, adding that obtaining this vaccine and vaccinating the people was a privilege for Turkey.
The estimated 12-month cumulative cardiovascular death rate did not differ between vaccinate (0.63%) and unvaccinated (0.76%) patients, the researchers said, although vaccinated patients reported influenza-like illness significantly less frequently (8.1%) than did unvaccinated patients (12.9%).
A LACK of staff may ruin plans to vaccinate all schoolgirls against cervical cancer, nurses' leaders are warning.
AnOctober 2005 Commission Decision (2005/744/EC) meanwhile permits member states to vaccinate certain specific categories of birds (those in zoos, for instance) to protect them against avian influenza.