The flu season in California this year has been severe and so many people have fallen sick with influenza that it has caused pharmacies to run out of flu medicines, emergency rooms have been packed, and the death toll has been rising higher than in previous years. Health officials announced last week that 27 people, […]
With the hepatitis A outbreak spreading across San Diego County and vaccination campaigns underway in many cities, some are beginning to ask whether a vaccine shortage could be coming. There is no official word that there is a shortage, but there are some signs that the demand for doses is starting to strain available supplies. […]
San Diego County is dealing with California’s largest hepatitis A outbreak in almost two decades. The outbreak was first detected in November 2016 and has since lead to the infection of 232 people and has left eleven people dead. Most of the people affected are homeless and the county’s increased vaccination efforts, distribution of educational […]
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