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Zimbabwe has started a mass vaccination drive against measles after almost 700 children died of the disease in the past five months,  the Ministry of Health said.
Children from 6 months to 15 years of age will be targeted, as well as groups that had rejected immunizations in the past, Donald Mujiri, spokesman for the Ministry of Health, said by phone.

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