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Samoa to shut government to deal with deadly measles outbreak

The government of Samoa will shut its doors Thursday and Friday and redeploy civil servants to help deal with a deadly measles outbreak, Prime Minster Tuilaepa Lupesoliai Sailele Malielegaoi announced in a special address Monday. Fifty-three people 48 of them children younger than 4 have been killed by the disease in the South

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