• Kyodo News


The Kitasato Institute and three other Japanese drugmakers started shipping vaccines to fight the new strain of influenza Friday, the four said.

The four plan to make enough vaccine for the H1N1 strain of influenza A to treat 27 million people by the end of March. The vaccine requires that each person be inoculated twice.

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