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Savanna Sigl Oct 11
Hi, yes I’m that nurse who stabs babies all day... but I’m also the same nurse that prevents those babies from getting fatal illnesses.
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Donna Willis, MD, MPH 3m
NOAA winter outlook: El Niño may mean stormy conditions in the South and Eastern U.S. is real get your
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World Health Organization (WHO) 7h
Replying to @WHO
Influenza vaccinations are so important, especially to protect young children, older people, pregnant women, or people who have vulnerable immune systems
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Chelsea Clinton Oct 11
Deeply troubling finding given that to protect individuals & communities from deadly diseases: “Percentage of young U.S. children who don’t receive any vaccines has quadrupled since 2001”
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Bernhard Kowatsch 2m
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Hila Cohen 9m
Team Har Zindagi - Aimen, , and a super smart team with a strong proposal relating to verification of vaccinations.
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Gates Foundation Oct 13
The Rotasiil💉– cheaper and easier to transport than other rotavirus💉– has been approved safe & effective! Now we can protect more children from deadly diarrheal disease, even in hard to reach places
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Amer Acad Pediatrics 2h
Vaccines save lives, and skipping them puts your child and others at risk. features Dr. Wendy Sue Swanson and other experts to debunk common myths.
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Edmund Duodu 58m
Pictures of some health staff going through the Afram River to vaccinate children in the Ghanana national measles rubella immunization campaign
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Ghetto Radio 10h
Vaccines are the only way to protect your child from Polio. They are tested, safe and effective. Vaccines work ! Protect your child !
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David Sarley 8m
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WFP Innovation 💥 20m
315,000 children in Kenya go unvaccinated each year. ChanjoLytics wants to change this. By collecting multi-source data in one platform and allowing easy-access to health practitioners, fewer children will fall through the cracks of the system. 🇰🇪
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James Humphreys 13h
Would be apprehensive about compulsory flu vaccination but also shocked the up take is so low.
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Norfolk Imms 10h
Wow, the Norfolk Imms team have vaccinated 7000 children across Norfolk against flu since the 1st of Oct!
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Betsi Cadwaladr UHB 2h
Do you have a child in nursery? Check if they are eligible for a nasal spray vaccine here
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Amelia Van Pelt Oct 17
I got my flu shot today. Have you?
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StanfordGCH 39m
Love babies? Wanna keep kids safe from disease? Take it from our staff, ! Protect yourself and do your part!
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Aneurin Bevan University Health Board 2h
A big thank you to our Flu Champions, Emma Giles & Danielle Bennett, for today's Flu Champions Day at St Cadoc's Hospital. Thank you for being such fantastic ambassadors for the Flu campaign. For more info on flu please visit
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Ghetto Radio 10h
Mtoi wako ashapewa Polio ? Ministry of Health wanaimmunize watoi against polio .Ensure your child is vaccinated now and every time there is a polio campaign.
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Gavi Oct 15
Replying to @gavi
They take their blue cold storage box – filled with vaccines – beyond the brick buildings and into the city's suburbs. It's home to a mix of young families and mobile migrants.
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