Even before the coronavirus pandemic, trust in vaccines was a growing challenge for public health bodies. Photo: AFP Even before the coronavirus pandemic, trust in vaccines was a growing challenge for public health bodies. Photo: AFP
Even before the coronavirus pandemic, trust in vaccines was a growing challenge for public health bodies. Photo: AFP

Five South Koreans die after getting flu shots, stirring coronavirus vaccine fears

  • Officials last month announced plans to procure 20 per cent more flu vaccines for the winter than the previous year to inoculate 30 million people
  • Ensuring public trust in vaccines has become a major global challenge this year, as some countries rush to approve experimental Covid-19 shots

Topic |   Coronavirus vaccine
Even before the coronavirus pandemic, trust in vaccines was a growing challenge for public health bodies. Photo: AFP Even before the coronavirus pandemic, trust in vaccines was a growing challenge for public health bodies. Photo: AFP
Even before the coronavirus pandemic, trust in vaccines was a growing challenge for public health bodies. Photo: AFP
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