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How Long Does A Tb Shot Last?

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A TB shot should last about 10 years. Tuberculosis is contracted when you come into contact with mucus droplets that have been coughed out by other people around you. A TB shot should be given to young children who are in constant contact with someone who has tuberculosis. Pregnant women or people who are suffering from burns should not get the TB shot. The TB shot is administered in over 100 countries around the world and is a preventative method for avoiding TB.
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