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Thailand’s health officials are calling on elderly people and other vulnerable groups to get free flu shots from government clinics. The country’s National Health Security Office considers 7 groups of people ‘vulnerable’. These include women over four months pregnant, children 6 months to 2 years old, people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, people with asthma, people with heart disease, people with kidney problems, and people with cancer and diabetes. The secretary-general of Thailand’s National Health Security Office said there 4.2 million flu doses are available, meaning enough for about 36% of the 11,555,000 people listed as being in one of […]

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