Wales measles: 1,200 MMR jabs given at drop-in clinics

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About 1,200 people have received vaccinations against measles at four emergency clinics for the MMR jab held in hospitals across south Wales.

Health officials said demand for the vaccine was 50% higher than anticipated at the hospital drop-in sessions.

The measles outbreak, focused on Swansea, has affected nearly 600 people so far in south, mid and west Wales.

Linsey Smith reports.

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