London — Pakistan began vaccinating millions of children against typhoid on Friday to try to control a drug-resistant superbug outbreak of the fever that has already infected some 11,000 people since 2016 and risks spreading internationally.

The immunisation campaign, using a newly developed shot designed to prevent typhoid fever infection for up to five years, started in the southern Sindh province and is targeted at children between nine months and 15 years old, officials said...

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