Family health centers to give polio vaccinations

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June 20, 2013 16:56

 
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Tipat halav (family health) centers will be open on Friday morning to give vaccinations, especially against the polio virus, Health Ministry public health chief Prof. Itamar Grotto said on Thursday.

The ministry encourages parents whose children have not received all scheduled vaccinations to complete them, especially as wild polio virus has been detected in sewage in the south but has not infected anyone or caused the disease.

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