Plans for measles vaccinations to be distributed back through PHARMAC


26 November 2019 - Measles vaccinations in the south will likely go back to being distributed by PHARMAC after being in the control of the Southern District Health Board during the outbreak of measles.

Three weeks ago, 3600 measles mumps and rubella vaccines were delivered to Dunedin to be distributed by the Southern DHB to clinics in Southland and Otago.

So far, 1,000 of the vaccines have been distributed.

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