Efforts to counter swine flu gained momentum Monday as more prefectures started administering vaccinations to pregnant women and people with chronic diseases.
In addition to Gifu, Wakayama and Yamaguchi prefectures, which had a head start Friday, 17 prefectures said they were starting the vaccinations Monday. Others are scheduled to start providing inoculations by mid-November.
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