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Missed vaccinations could lead to other fatal outbreaks, doctors warn

2 monthes ago   |   By The Guardian

GPs worried thousands may delay routine appointments due to fear of catching coronavirus Coronavirus - latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Senior doctors fear that thousands of routine vaccination appointments may be missed or delayed because of the coronavirus lockdown, raising the risk of sudden and potentially fatal outbreaks of other diseases when restrictions on movement are finally eased. GPs and accident and emergency departments have witnessed unprecedented falls in the numbers of people seeking medical care in recent weeks, prompting concerns that vital routine...
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