TALLINN – The social affairs committee of the Estonian parliament on Tuesday met with representatives of relevant organizations, according to whom the availability of flu vaccines in Estonia was affected by the pan-European shortage of medicines, and ordering medicines earlier would help prevent problems in the coming years.
According to Tonis Molder, chairman of the social affairs committee, the problems that arose in mid-October with the distribution of influenza vaccine to family doctors and pharmacies are in the process of being resolved by now. "This situa...
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