Public anxiety over the safety of flu vaccines has surged after the casualties in South Korea. Photo: Reuters Public anxiety over the safety of flu vaccines has surged after the casualties in South Korea. Photo: Reuters
Public anxiety over the safety of flu vaccines has surged after the casualties in South Korea. Photo: Reuters

Singapore suspends using two flu vaccines after 48 patients die in South Korea

  • No deaths associated with influenza vaccination have been reported in Singapore but use of SKYCellflu Quadrivalent and VaxigripTetra suspended as a precaution
  • South Korea will continue vaccination programme after finding no direct link to casualties, warning that coronavirus outbreak heightens risk of ‘twindemic’

Topic |   Singapore
Public anxiety over the safety of flu vaccines has surged after the casualties in South Korea. Photo: Reuters Public anxiety over the safety of flu vaccines has surged after the casualties in South Korea. Photo: Reuters
Public anxiety over the safety of flu vaccines has surged after the casualties in South Korea. Photo: Reuters
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