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Samoa makes measles vaccine mandatory to stop deadly outbreak

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Samoa makes measles vaccine mandatory to stop deadly outbreak

Samoa makes measles vaccine mandatory to stop deadly outbreak

At least six have died, including five children, in outbreak that is also affecting Tonga and Fiji.


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