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The Western Cape Health Department will be running a measles immunization campaign from June 12 – 30.

The campaign will be aimed at all children less than 5-years-old, even if their immunizations are up to date.
Spokesperson for the Western Cape Health Department, Jo-Anne Otto says different kinds of people need to be vaccinated so that when they are among a carrier, they can't be infected.

An illness needs to be eradicated for 10 years before we can safely say it is gone.

Jo-Anne Otto, spokesperson Western Cape Health Department

Vaccination remains a less expensive manner in which we protect our children from illnesses.

Jo-Anne Otto, spokesperson Western Cape Health Department

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This article first appeared on CapeTalk : WC Health's measles immunization campaign kicks off

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