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Flu vaccine 'working better for children'

The flu vaccine is so far proving more effective in children than in adults in the UK, mid-season figures suggest.

The nasal spray flu vaccine is 87% effective in children aged two to 17 against the main circulating flu strain, influenza A(H1N1)pmd09, Public Health England data indicates.

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