Costa Rica doctors association alarmed by low vacciation rates of personnel as 17 dead from AH1N1 virus
Only 30 percent of the health care workers at the Costa Rican hospital with the largest concentration of deaths linked to H1N1 this season were vaccinated.
As AH1N1 death toll rises to 14 in Costa Rica, authorities say it’s too late in season for vaccination
The AH1N1 virus was responsible for 14 deaths in Costa Rica in 2015, with a spike in deaths in December, according to public health officials.
At least seven people have died this month in Costa Rica from the AH1N1 virus, in Alajuela and Cartago provinces.
At nearly full capacity, the National Children's Hospital in San José has declared a state of emergency.
Another 19 people died from respiratory viruses this year.
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