As the exchange rate is fluctuating, prices of vaccines in Vietnam have recently surged yet some medical facilities announced to be short of many vaccine while parents are afraid of vaccine available in the National Expanded Immunization Program. At 7 AM, Ms. Nguyen Hong Th yesterday drove her 2 year old daughter from District 9 to Children Hospital No.2 for immunization yet she read the announcement that the hospital has no vaccines. She had no choice but returned home which is far from the hospital. Similarly, in the same day, other medical institutes are short of vaccine. At Pasteur Institute, 4-in-1; 5-in-1 and 6-in-1 vaccines were sold out; even normal vaccines are running out of. Medical workers of the institute said that 6-in-1 vaccine has been sold out for one year. The South Korean-made vaccine is meant to prevent five common, potentially fatal childhood diseases: diphtheria (D), tetanus (T), pertussis (P, whooping cough), hepatitis B (HepB), and Haemophilus influenza type b (Hib). The vaccine was included in the National Expanded Immunization Program in June 2010, and the country has administered over 11 million doses of Quinvaxem across the country so far.Worse, the price of vaccine soared up. For instance, vaccine… Read full this story
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