Vaccination against polio. Danish Newsreel no. 58G


Thanks to the new vaccine, an effective means of preventing polio is now available. Today, everyone who is born on 1 January 1930 or later as well as all pregnant women until the age of 40 can get vaccinated for free at all general practitioners. The Danish Serum Institute is working hard to get the large amounts of vaccine to the practitioners.

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