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Sanitation workers receive a one-time four-site anti-rabies vaccination in Shimla Himachal Pradesh, India. This vaccination technique has been recently introduced by Dr. Omesh Kumar Bharti, India FETP graduate, and found to be immunogenic, with high acceptability and compliance, especially among sanitation workers, as compared to the WHO’s method of three shots over a four-week period. Submitted by Omesh Kumar Bharti – India.
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