The World Health Organization says countries in eastern and central Africa need to start vaccinating against yellow fever. The warning emerged during discussions at the WHO regional committee meeting. The annual gathering brings together the agency and African countries to debate how to strengthen healthcare systems on the continent. Coletta Wanjohi has this report from Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, where the meeting is underway.
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