Adults working with children should be immunised against whooping cough, researchers have suggested.
Published in the British Journal of General Practice, the study found that 22% of adults with an acute persistent cough either working with children or in the healthcare sector.
Using an oral fluid swab, researchers from the University of Auckland aimed to distinguish pertussis (whooping cough) from other coughing illnesses.
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