Sabin Vaccine Institute is the first organization to provide the World Health Organization (WHO) its Ebola Sudan vaccine to help with the Ebola Sudan outbreak in Uganda. Approximately 1,100 doses of Sabin’s vaccine are now in Uganda. Another 8,500 doses will be made available to WHO on a rolling basis through January. The WHO announced last month that Sabin’s Ebola Sudan vaccine would be one of three vaccines included in a planned ring vaccination trial in Uganda, following the recommendation of a WHO-convened independent expert committee.
Sabin Vaccine Institute Delivers Ebola Sudan Vaccine to Fight Outbreak in Uganda
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