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Anita Shet, Baldeep Dhaliwal, Preetika Banerjee, Kelly Carr, Andrea DeLuca, Carl Britto, Rajeev Seth, Bakul Parekh, GV Basavaraj, Piyush Gupta, Digant Shastri
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to disruptions to routine immunization programs in India and around the world, setting the stage for potentially serious outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases. This...
Ranee Seither, Michael T. McGill, Jennifer L. Kriss, Jenelle L. Mellerson, Caitlin Loretan, Kendra Driver, Cynthia L. Knighton, Carla L. Black
Figures Figure 1 Figure 2 Table References Related Materials PDF pdf icon[182K] State and local school vaccination requirements serve to protect students against vaccine-preventable diseases...
F.A. Moraga-Llop, M. Fernández-Prada, A.M. Grande-Tejada, L.I. Martínez-Alcorta, D. Moreno-Pérez, J.J. Pérez-Martín
This article discusses some aspects of the recovery of vaccination coverage in Spain for different groups: children, adolescents and adults, and patients at risk and in special situations.
Zinet Abegaz Asfaw, Sisay Gedamu Addis
Disturbances are occurring in healthcare, trade, and travel, with countries closing off their borders due to the pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019(COVID-19) in the world. The pandemic has its...
Marit Middeldorp, Alies van Lier, Nicoline van der Maas, Irene Veldhuijzen, Wieke Freudenburg, Nina M. van Sorge, Elisabeth A.M. Sanders, Mirjam J. Knola, Hester E. de Melkera
This study aimed to assess the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the incidence of vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs) and participation in the routine infant vaccination programme in the...
Zhiyuan Hou, Suhang Song, Fanxing Du, Lu Shi, Donglan Zhang, Leesa Lin, Hongjie Yu
The goal of this study was to assess the change in children’s and adolescents’ prevention and vaccination behaviors amid China’s COVID-19 epidemic.
Marhami Fahriani, Samsul Anwar, Amanda Yufika, Bakhtiar Bakhtiar, Elly Wardani, Wira Winardi, Kaitlyn B. Akel, Abram L. Wagner, Harapan Harapan
The aim of this study was to assess the magnitude of childhood vaccination disruption and to determine the predictors of delaying childhood vaccinations during the coronavirus disease ...
Misbahud Din, Mohammad Ali, Mudassir Khan, Abdul Waris, Sana Ullah, Muhammad Kashif, Sidra Rahman, Muhammad Ali
Like the climate crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic could be regarded as a child-rights crisis because it could have life-threatening impact over children, who need immunization, now and in the long-term....
Danilo Buonsenso, Bianca Cinicola, Memenatu Ngaima Kallon, Francesco Iodice
Since COVID-19 in the pediatric population is infrequently severe, the indirect costs of the pandemic, related to the measures implemented to deal with the spread of the virus, can be worse than the...
Angela Bechini, Giuseppe Garamella, Barbara Giammarco, Beatrice Zanella, Valdo Flori, Paolo Bonanni, Sara Boccalini
The COVID-19 global pandemic is having a widespread impact on medical care. A general reduction, in routine vaccination activities, could occur. In Tuscany (Central Italy), paediatricians (in...
Mohammed Alsuhaibani, Aqeel Alaqeel
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting national and international public health. Routine childhood immunization may be adversely affected by COVID-19 mitigation measures. We aimed to identify the...
Abdulkarim A. Alrabiaah, Ahmed H. Alshaer, Stephanie Mae C. Estrella, Kathrine Ann S. Inclan, Hadeel A. Aljammaz, Khalid M. Almoosa, Nawaf F. Alshuraym, Mohamad-Hani A. Temsah, Fahad M. Alsohime, Sara S. Alsubaie, Elham E. Bukhari, Ali M. Somily, Fahad A. Alzamil
The present study was conducted to determine whether theCOVID-19 pandemic control measures have affected vaccine coverage rates at the main university hospital in Saudi Arabia.
Tarwa et al
The purpose of the study was to assess whether the Road to Health Card (RTHC) was adequately completed and interpreted at primary, secondary and tertiary care levels in South Africa.
Brown DW, Bosch-Capblanch X, Shimp L
Recent WHO guidelines point to knowledge gaps about home-based records despite their widespread use. Future research should explore their impact on health outcomes, challenges including production...
Karen S.Tiley, Joanne M.White, Nick Andrews, Mary Ramsay, Michael Edelstein
Most children received their primary series according to schedule. • Timeliness differences persisted for some ethnicities after adjusting for deprivation and area. • Children...
David W. Brown, Collins TABU, Ikechukwu Udo OGBUANU
Homemade home-based records (HBRs) are often used to replace official HBRs during stock-outs. By their nature, homemade HBRs are often ad hoc in form and lack structure which may lead to...
Lora Shimp
Home-based records (HBRs) are an important tool for achieving, monitoring and sustaining vaccination coverage; however they have often been under-utilized in immunization programs. Historically many...
Richard Mihigo, Alain Poy, Jethro Chakauya, Abubacar N’Diaye, Bernard Ntsama, Messeret Eshetu Shibeshi, Richard Luce, Balcha Girma Masresha
This study reviews the administrative routine immunization data from 15 African countries for the period from January 2018 to June 2020 to analyze the trends in the monthly number of children...
World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF
The document summarises progress and challenges with achieving universal immunisation coverage in 2021.