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Hi all,

Chris is going through the process of getting his boosters and doing his immunizations (for some reason he never had the rubella vaccine as a child) and we got some annoying news; there seems to have been some sort of issue with the MMR vaccine and the stock is low. It needs to be backordered and can take two weeks to arrive, so make sure you plan that into your vaccination/medical timeline.

Just to confirm he called my doctor as well and was told the same thing, so it is confirmed.

In Frankfurt the doctor wants to see the MMR booster or shot completed at least 4 weeks before your medical exam, so make sure to contact your doctors and find out what their situation with the MMR vaccine stock is so you arent disappointed.

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