Shipping snafu prompts Navy review of vaccination procedures

Navy sailors may have received ineffective flu vaccines because of a failure to keep the products at the right temperature, Navy Times reports. The Defense Logistics Agency told the Navy of the problem after noticing the vaccines were being shipped alongside refrigerated cargo. Navy officials are now reviewing vaccination procedures. Article

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