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To ask the Scottish Government what targets it has set for long-term reduction in the number of cases of group B streptococcus infection in babies in the first (a) six and (b) 90 days of life.


Answered by Michael Matheson (03/12/2013):

The Scottish Government has not set any targets in relation to long-term reduction in the number of cases of group B streptococcus infection in babies in the first (a) six and (b) 90 days of life.


Current Status: Answered by Michael Matheson on 03/12/2013