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1 This means that we use an age and risk group based approach in line with most other countries that have seasonal influenza vaccination programmes.
2 Penicillin and the other antibiotics that its discovery prompted stand alongside vaccination as the greatest inventions of medical science.
3 The goal of European immunization Week is to increase vaccination coverage in the WHO European Region by raising awareness about the importance of immunization.
4 Certain groups have even questioned the utility of vaccination, in spite of its ongoing necessity to control disease.
5 For example, in the vast, flooded Kosi River Area of Bihar State in India, our vaccination teams can travel for up to seven hours to reach the last child in the furthest village.
6 As anticipated, side effects commonly reported include swelling, redness, or pain at the injection site, which usually resolves spontaneously a short time after vaccination.
7 no drugs or vaccines available for monkeypox, although vaccination against smallpox has been proven to be 85% effective in preventing monkeypox in the past.
8 WHO continues to recommend that health workers be given high priority for early vaccination.
9 Travellers from Pakistan should have a full course of vaccination against polio before leaving Pakistan, with a minimum one dose of OPV before departure.
10 In the face of high routine and recent preventive vaccination coverage in both Senegal and the Gambia, an epidemic is not anticipated and emergency vaccination is not required at this time.
11 Yellow fever remains the only disease specifically designated under the IHR (2005) for which proof of vaccination or prophylaxis may be required for travellers as a condition of entry to a State.
12 What kind of yellow fever vaccines are valid under the IHR (2005) and must they be administered at a vaccination centre designated by the State or at a listed WHO-approved vaccination centre?
13 International Coordinating Group (ICG) on vaccine Provision for Epidemic Meningitis Control has provided 178,000 doses of trivalent vaccine for a mass vaccination campaign.
14 Once the first doses of pandemic influenza a (H1N1) vaccine become available, national health authorities will decide how to implement national vaccination campaigns.
15 In Viet Nam, improved on-farm hygiene, farming practices, poultry movement controls and vaccination campaigns will reduce the frequency of bird flu outbreaks.
16 Health authorities may consider vaccination against seasonal influenza for persons at risk of occupational exposure to the H5N1 virus.
17 Vaccination is especially important for people at higher risk of serious influenza complications, and for people who live with or care for high risk individuals.
18 Hajj and Umrah season already started, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has issued vaccination requirements for travellers (all ages) for Umrah and Hajj.
19 WHO continues to recommend that health workers be given first priority for early vaccination to protect themselves and their patients, and help keep health systems functioning as the pandemic evolves.
20 The NHS in Coventry said that it has suspended the vaccination programme in local schools for at least two days while a “full and urgent investigation” is carried out.
21 Now, children aged six months to five years are to be offered the vaccination from next month.
22 This photo story shows how the polio vaccination campaign was organized in remote regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan and along the porous border between the two countries.
23 If Mr Eppig is right, the near-abolition of serious infections in these countries, by vaccination, clean water and proper sewerage, may explain much if not all of the Flynn effect.
24 Containment measures, including a vaccination campaign in Maritime region are currently being assessed.
25 economic costs weighs the expense of both vaccination and illness against the net present value of the future earnings of someone who would otherwise die from the disease.
26 seems to be reasonable support for vaccination and I think this will increase with the revelation that a lot of this stuff was based on fraud or bad science," said Dr.
27 At this early stage of risk-analysis, who can say what the right decision is, yet all three of my friends feel under pressure to have the vaccination, as though there was no real choice in the matter.
28 Vaccination is not without risk in itself, and pandemic flu vaccines have been associated with a rare neurological condition known as Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS).
29 Using the opportunity provided by vaccination campaigns, the Brazilian government promotes Health and Nutrition Days to estimate the prevalence of anthropometric deficits in children.
30 per recommendations outlined in WHO's International travel and health, travellers to and from Pakistan should be fully protected by vaccination.