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25 Aug 2016
NAS during a media roundtable discussion on the threat of Yellow fever at the University of Lagos (UNILAG), revealed that about 101, 298,992 of Nigerian population are at risk of the disease.
19 Jul 2016
Faced with increasing embarrassment globally, Nigeria in 2013 launched a new International Certificate of Vaccination and Prophylaxis (Yellow Card). Countries requiring proof of vaccination against yellow fever...
6 Jul 2016
A shortage of syringes is hampering plans to vaccinate people in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) against a yellow fever epidemic despite the arrival of more than one million ...
20 Jun 2016
DR Congo on Monday declared a yellow fever outbreak in the capital Kinshasa, home to more than ten million people, and in two other western provinces.

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