A specialized health unit will be visiting different Cuenca sectors for a home vaccination campaign against Measles. They will be making visits daily from eight in the morning until 1 pm. Furthermore, you can find vaccination booths at the land terminal and schools throughout the city. There has been only one registered case of Measles in the city of Cuenca, which sparked in Venezuela. Nevertheless, the Ministry of Health is not taking any chances and is suggesting a full vaccination campaign to avoid a possible outbreak. There are seven registered cases of Measles in Ecuador; they all sprung abroad. Vaccines are…
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