It’s been a long time coming, but a vaccine machine in Japan has finally filled up.
It was one of several machines used to fill up a vaccine in the country’s public health system.
The machine was used by the local government to fill vaccines for children in the prefecture of Shiga, according to a news report by the Nikkei Asian Review.
The machines are made of glass and come with an air purifier.
It is believed that the machines are not used for the purpose of vaccination but are meant to be used as cleaning equipment.
The facility has been closed since the summer.
It is not clear whether the machines were actually used to vaccinate the children or were simply cleaned for the sake of being clean.
The story did not reveal exactly what was in the vaccines being filled, but it is likely to have been filled with a mixture of chemicals including hydrogen peroxide and chlorine, according the report.
It also did not specify how the machine filled the vaccines, or how long the process took.
The government says it has a contract with a Japanese company to manufacture the machines and it was not clear if the contract had expired.