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DRC: Massive yellow fever vaccination in Kinshasa

24 August 2016

The yellow fever vaccination campaign starts in a school in the Zone de Santé Kikimi in Kinshasa. After an outbreak of yellow fever MSF has decided to vaccinate around 800.000 people in 10 days time in 3 zones in Kinshasa. Photo: Dieter Telemans.

preparations during the night before the launch of the vaccination. All the material is mounted in the cars for the 150 areas where the vaccination will take place. Photo: Dieter Telemans

At base camp day 1, unloading the vaccines. Photo: Dieter Telemans

 The yellow fever vaccination campaign starts in a school in the Zone de Santé Kikimi in Kinshasa. After an outbreak of yellow fever MSF has decided to vaccinate around 800.000 people in 10 days time in 3 zones in Kinshasa. Photo: Dieter Telemans

The yellow fever vaccination campaign starts in a school in the Zone de Santé Kikimi in Kinshasa. Photo: Dieter Telemans

. The yellow fever vaccination campaign. Photo: Dieter Telemans

People queue to be vaccinated at a Yellow Fever Vaccination Campaign in Kinshasa, carried out by MSF. Photo: Dieter Telemans

After an outbreak of yellow fever MSF has decided to vaccinate around 800.000 people in 10 days time in 3 zones in Kinshasa. Photo: Dieter Telemans

The yellow fever vaccination campaign starts in the Zone de Santé Kikimi in Kinshasa. Photo: Dieter Telemans

Vector control in the Commune de Selembao, Kinshasa. In areas where confirmed cases of yellow fever were reported MSF fulmigates an insecticide in order to kill the mosquitos. Photo: Dieter Telemans

Pasteur Thierry Kasiala goes with his family to a vaccination center in the zone of Mfumu Nkento. He's accompanied by his wife Henriette, his daughter Sidonie (4yrs) and his baby son Emery (9m) and the community worker Bertin. Photo: Dieter Telemans

The yellow fever vaccination campaign. Photo: Dieter Telemans

Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is supporting the authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo in their wide-scale campaign against a yellow fever outbreak.