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Michael Burgess, MD May 2
Thank you to and for highlighting the importance of vaccines as tools to protect Americans from preventable suffering.
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nycHealthy May 3
Is your child is up-to-date on his or her vaccines? You can use to access your child’s immunization records: .
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Secretary Alex Azar Apr 30
Talk with your doctor to ensure you and your loved ones are up to date with 's recommended vaccination schedule.
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Office of Head Start Aug 12
Immunization is a shared responsibility. Families, health care staff, and public health officials must work together to protect the entire community. Help prevent the spread of illness; know which vaccines your child needs before returning to school:
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NIH NCCIH Apr 26
April 27–May 4 marks the 25th anniversary of National Infant Immunization Week (). offers resources to help communities across the U.S. celebrate the critical role vaccination plays in protecting our children, communities, and public health:
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PA Department of Health May 3
Do you know if your child is up to date on vaccinations? See when your child needs each vaccine so you can stay on schedule and protect your baby from 14 serious diseases by age 2 →
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nycHealthy May 4
Measles germs can linger in a room long after a sick person has left it. National Infant Immunization Week is the perfect time to learn more about measles and how to protect your child:
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March of Dimes May 3
In 2019, 695 new cases of measles have been confirmed in US. It's the highest number of cases reported in the U.S. since measles was eliminated here in 2000. This is really concerning and a reason to encourage everyone to get all their vaccinations.
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Natl Vaccine Program Apr 29
National Infant Immunization Week is officially here! Don't forget to join the Twitter Storm with , , and tomorrow, April 30 at 7pm ET! Get the full list of activities➡️
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Heather Janik - FDA Apr 22
With reports of multiple measles outbreaks & ahead of National Infant Immunization Week, wants to underscore our continued confidence in the safety & effectiveness of the MMR vaccine. Learn more:
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HHS.gov May 1
Read the statement from Director Anthony Fauci on the importance of childhood vaccinations:
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Nurses Who Vaccinate May 3
In honor of , join these exceptional nurses TODAY for 's important discussion about vaccines and immunocompromised children.
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ACOG Apr 27
Questions about ? Share ’s video series with your patients to help them understand how vaccines help protect babies' health:
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Clark County Nevada Apr 29
The Southern Nevada Baby Fest Immunizations & Health Fair to commemorate National Infant Immunization Week is Friday, May 3 , 280 S. Decatur Blvd. from 11am-4pm. Immunizations available for children & adults along with a variety of other health services.
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HealthyChildren May 2
Did you know most parents vaccinate their kids? Read personal stories from real parents about why they choose to vaccinate:
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AAP News Apr 29
Measles cases reach 25-year high. Details: “Vaccination is a simple, safe and effective way to protect our loved ones and neighbors from the scourge of measles and the suffering we are seeing today is completely avoidable." -
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Minority Health Apr 29
It’s National Infant Immunization Week! Protect your baby from 14 serious diseases by age 2—find out how!
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IDSA May 1
Babies are born with an immune system that can fight most germs. But there are some dangerous diseases their bodies can’t handle. Here's how vaccines can help fight them off: via
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Eric D. Hargan Apr 30
is a simple, safe, and effective way to protect our loved ones and neighbors. They are some of the most studied medical products we have. This week, we are reminding all Americans to talk to their doctor and ensure they're up-to-date with their vaccines
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NJ Poison Center May 2
: recommends get 2 doses of MMR : 1st dose at 12-15 months old; 2nd dose at 4-6 yrs old; teens/adults should ALSO be up to date on the MMR vaccine. .
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