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Ian Goodfellow Jan 11
Nice way to highlight the power of vaccination
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StartMandatoryVaccinations Jan 13
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jan 14
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Vaccination of young adolescents against HPV is safe and prevents . Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is the cause of cervical and is the most common sexually transmitted infection.
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Chelsea Clinton Jan 9
New York is having our worst outbreak in two decades. Most cases had not received both recommended doses of the measles vaccine. only when we get them:
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World Health Organization (WHO) 7h
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8⃣Vaccines prevent up to 3 MILLION deaths a year but they are still not reaching everyone who needs them. Deliberately not vaccinating kids undermines their health and those around them. 👉
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Rosewind 1m
The WHO has listed vaccine hesitancy as one of its top 10 health threats facing the world in 2019. Come on We need a report option!
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TheReal Truther 4h
This person has actually served as an "expert witness" in vaccine related court trials. In the future this tweet should be sent to all judges in any trial she attempts to testify in to immediately disqualify her.
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Not On My Farm 1h
Salmonella infection during pregnancy can lead to up to 25% of the remaining herd being at risk of abortion. Develop a vaccination plan with your vet to help protect your herd
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Ethan Posard 1h
Measles will find and flourish in pockets of unvaccinated children. when we use them.
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Elvira Carrió 7h
Great talk from at the on Vaccine Hesitancy in the era of fake news and alternative facts. The current trust+truth crisis are risking the community immunity. Effective narrative may increase vaccination intentions
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jan 13
The best protection against is through immunization
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World Health Organization (WHO) Jan 15
Replying to @WHO
3⃣The 🌎 will face another pandemic 🤒 – we don’t know when it will hit & how severe it will be. Every year, WHO recommends which strains should be included in the flu vaccine to protect people from seasonal flu. 👉
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Amy_Finan 35m
To ensure vaccine access to all and in 2019, countries need to start offering a national diagnosis of the problem so that manufacturers know how many vaccines to make.
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ebrima barrow Jan 15
The Gambia Ministry of Health and Social Welfare
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HSE NIO 6h
The National Immunisation Advisory Committee (NIAC) expert group of medical specialists from makes recommendation on vaccination policy in Ireland. Their Immunisation Guidelines for Ireland are available to download from
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Athalia Christie Jan 15
New report aims to highlight the reasons for low and stalling immunisation rates and what the UK & global immunisation stakeholders need to do to ensure that we reach every last child. ⁦
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Laura Kerr 10h
The UK must continue its leadership and prioritise essential immunisation systems through support for & . Read more in new report
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HSE NIO Jan 15
Did you know it takes 5 visits to your GP to complete your babies vaccine schedule. The visits are at 2, 4, 6, 12 and 13 months. Visit for info or contact your GP if you need to make an appointment for your baby
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Suz Richards Murphy Jan 15
Vaccines save lives. This is not an opinion. Socially responsible marketing practices DEMAND that we not tolerate companies who sell products based on claims to address “vaccine injuries”. ⁦. Protect medically fragile kids!
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Hannah Knight 5h
What does the look like if we are to will all the vaccines they deserve? New report calls on continued UK and support:
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