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ECDC - VPD Apr 24
affects all ages. Close the vaccination gap – get vaccinated!
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VaccinesToday Apr 17
Look. At. This. Compare the map of low vaccination rates with the map of outbreaks. 95% uptake of 2 doses of MMR is needed to stop measles
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Vera Burnayev Apr 22
before the "Strategy": the generation that did experience measles en masse didn't see it as deadly disease
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PHE Yorks & Humber Apr 18
is circulating in . The illness is extremely infectious, so now's a good time to check your family is up-to-date with MMR vaccinations. If you have symptoms, call ahead to your GP or NHS 111 to avoid spreading the illness to others
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WHO Apr 24
Replying to @WHO
is one of the most contagious diseases ever known. When people do not get 2 doses of the vaccine against measles, the disease spreads quickly. When enough people get immunized, everyone in the community is protected. Yes, !
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PHE South East Apr 23
There are cases of in the South East. Two doses of vaccination is the only prevention. Get all the facts you need on to protect your family and friends. Please RT to spread the message to your families, friends and colleagues.
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PHE South East Apr 24
Catching Measles is a big deal. You will be unable to study, work or socialise for a prolonged period of time. Don't get held back. Get protected. Get MMR.
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ECDC - VPD Apr 16
European Immunisation Week is next week – will launch data and analysis on situation in Europe to support actions to contain spread of the disease.
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Hudson Reg Health Apr 24
Some NJ residents may have been exposed to measles in NYC & Orange & Putnam Counties during visits to Jehovah Witnesses' facilities. Visit under "What's New" for exposure locations, dates, and measles exposure guidance
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Seth Berkley Apr 19
Whether by foot or helicopter, this team in didn't rest until they vaccinated every last child:
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WHO Western Pacific 3h
Replying to @WHOWPRO
Since 2000, vaccination has prevented more than 20 million deaths. That makes the measles vaccine one of the best buys in public health. Yes, !
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Tower Hamlets CCG Apr 25
Measles is a serious illness that is highly infectious. To be protected from and other infections including mumps and rubella, you need to be immunised with two doses of MMR vaccine. Visit
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Ell Apr 24
The recent outbreak infuriates me. Andrew Wakefield and the anti-vaccinators surely have a lot to answer for
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Tealover Apr 16
Show of hands. How many people here have caught a childhood when they were little? ? ? Anyone? Your experience with them?
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Children & Family Health Surrey Apr 24
is circulating in Surrey & Sussex. Protect your children, family & others by getting the vaccination from your GP if you haven't already had the two required doses.
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PHE South East Apr 23
Streaming eyes?, runny nose? fever and rash? Confirmed measles cases are on the increase in the South East. Protect yourself by getting two doses of the MMR vaccine.
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Ashley Shelby 21h
Here's the deal with : if you are unvaccinated and you (or your child) are exposed, you will almost certainly get measles. It is the most contagious disease in the world: Out-of-state visitor exposed public to measles in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa
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Regions for Health Apr 17
can be contracted at any age. Infants and are often believed to be the only age groups affected by measles, but the disease also spreads among teenagers and , so check your vaccination status.
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Regions for Health Apr 23
🌍Today is European Immunization Week! Remember: Every missed is a missed opportunity to stop the spread of preventable diseases!
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EU_Health 1h
We call upon all countries to develop plans by 2020, targeting at least 95% vaccination coverage for , introduce routine checks of vaccination status & regular opportunities to vaccinate at different stages of life.
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