Influenza: Vaccinations to be Made Available to Some in Australia

With containment having failed, the Australian government announced Sept. 17 that vaccinations will be made available to help stem the spread of the equine influenza (EI) outbreak.

Primary Industries minister Ian MacDonald said 10,000 shots of equine influenza vaccine will be imported for use in New South Wales.

"The vaccine represents the next phase in the campaign to eradicate the

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