C. Java steps up measles, rubella vaccination campaign
The Jakarta Post
With the number of cases of people infected with rubella rising in recent years, the Central Java province is stepping up efforts to combat the virus.
According to the province’s health agency, there were 482 cases of rubella in the province last year. As of August this year, the agency identified 243 cases, prompting the local administration to take the matter more seriously.
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