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In yellow fever war, WHO readies plan to stretch vaccine supply



LONDON (Reuters) - The worst yellow fever outbreak in decades, which has killed 325 people in Angola and spread as far as China, has prompted the World Health Organization (WHO) to draw up plans to eke out vaccine supplies by using one-fifth of the normal dose.


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