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6 September 2002 News Update


The level of public awareness about the risks associated with influenza is good, a Ministry of Health study has found.

Early data from the study shows more than 90% of surveyed people aged 65 years and older, knew that influenza was a serious disease.

Around 75% of people aged 65 and older surveyed had taken advantage of the free vaccination last year.

The survey also target doctors and nurses, and found that more than 65% of them had been immunised.

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