Madagascar government struggles to contain measles virus

Close to 1,000 people - mostly children - have died of the disease in the past five months.

    Doctors in Madagascar are blaming a shortage of vaccines for their struggle to contain the worst measles outbreak in decades.

    Close to 1,000 people - mostly children - have died of the disease in the past five months.

    Al Jazeera's Fintan Monaghan reports.


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