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Children, senior citizens and pregnant women in South Korea will be able to get influenza vaccines for free starting today.
The Korea Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said children aged 12 or younger, senior citizens 75 years or older and mothers-to-be all all eligible.
Those between 65 and 75 will be provided with free flu vaccines from next Tuesday.
Health authorities are advising people to get vaccinated by November 22nd.
Those who are eligible should bring their ID card, health insurance card or a certificate that verifies pregnancy to designated medical institutions and public health centers.