The incidence of bacterial meningitis among children aged 4 and under has fallen by half in Japan since authorities began subsidizing vaccinations against a bacterium believed responsible for the disease, a health ministry study group said Thursday.
The rate of infection in 2011 was half of the average for the three-year period through 2010.
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