At least 35 Ghanaians killed in yellow fever outbreak

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Yellow fever in Ghana has caused the deaths of at least 35 people over the past two months.

With dozens more suspected infections, the government is trying to secure 400,000 doses of vaccine from the World Health Organization.

Al Jazeera’s @Homara Choudhary reports.

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