Overcrowded and busy, the Barumbu vaccination site in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo, has been a hive of activity since opening its doors at 7 o’clock on this particular morning.
Like many other health zones in the country, people are lining up to get their yellow fever vaccination, following an outbreak of the potentially deadly disease.
“We are not surprised to see people rushing to our vaccination sites. This was predictable as the news around the outbreak in neighbouring Angola was everywhere and created a psychosis in the population,” said Dr Aline Kulemfuka, head of health
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