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Kogi Shifts Measles Immunisation Campaign For Guber Elections

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THE Kogi State Primary Health Care Development Agency has rescheduled the commencement of immunization of children against measles, which was billed to run from November 21 to 25, as the old timeline clashed with the state’s gubernatorial election.

The agency said the programme would now hold from November 28 to December 2.

The Director, Disease Control and Malnutrition at the agency, Mallam Shaibu Amedu, in an interview with The Guardian, in Lokoja, yesterday, advised parents to ensure they took advantage of the new window to present all their children aged nine months to five years when the progeramme commences.



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