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World Bank approves $12b for COVID-19 vaccines
The World Bank said that it approved $12 billion for developing countries to finance the purchase and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, tests and treatment.
Russia preparing mass vaccination against coronavirus for October
Russia's health minister is preparing a mass vaccination campaign against the novel coronavirus for October, local news agencies reported on Saturday, after a vaccine completed clinical trials.
Africa vaccination 'far outweighs' virus child death risk: Study
Continuing routine immunizations against diseases such as measles and yellow fever for children in Africa would far outweigh the risk of infant deaths from COVID-19, health experts said.
Pandemic-related vaccination drop raises concern about US measles outbreak
Researchers have documented a drop in child vaccination rates in Michigan since restrictions were imposed to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, raising concern about outbreaks of other diseases such as measles, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a report.
Djokovic's opposition to vaccination may stop his return to tennis
Novak Djokovic said his opposition to vaccinations may get in the way of his return to competitive tennis.
Polio vaccination suspended for COVID-19
Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) stated that all immunization campaigns will be suspended for the next six months to prevent further transmission COVID-19 and make available resources to fight the pandemic.
HIV patients lose immunity to smallpox despite vaccination, AIDS drugs: Study
People infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) lose immunity to smallpox even after much of their immune system is restored with drug therapy, according to a study which may lead to new interventions against opportunistic infections in HIV patients.
Extending HPV vaccination ages  would produce relatively small health benefits
A health economic model suggested that extending the US human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination program to include women and men through age 45 would produce relatively small health benefits compared with the current immunization program. Findings from a modeling study are published in Annals of Internal Medicine.
More than 100 new cases of measles in Samoa as anti-vaccination activist charged
Samoa said nearly 90 percent of eligible people have been vaccinated against measles as it lifted a two-day curfew imposed amid an outbreak that has killed 65 in recent weeks.
Say ‘yes’ to rotavirus vaccination to save your child from type 1 diabetes
According to a new research in the open-access journal PLOS Pathogens, rotavirus infection may play a role in the development of type 1 diabetes.
Polio vaccination drive rolled out in 103 public health facilities in Nairobi, Kenya
At least one million children below five years in Nairobi, Kenya, are set to be vaccinated in the ongoing national polio vaccination campaign that kicked off on Saturday.
Vaccination rate for Australian children hits record high
Data released by the Australian government for the first quarter this year revealed that 94.78 percent of all Australian five-year-olds have been immunized, up from 94.67 percent in the last quarter of 2018.
UK health secretary: Compulsory vaccination 'not ruled out' in fight against 'reprehensible' cx
People who spread myths about the harms of vaccines have ‘blood on their hands’ the UK health secretary said as he refused to rule out compulsory immunizations.
Parent educational tools on pain relief help reduce babies' vaccination distress
Information provided to new parents in hospital about how to alleviate pain for their babies during vaccination resulted in more frequent use of pain interventions at future infant vaccinations, reports a study published in CMAJ (Canadian Medical Association Journal).
Ebola death toll climbs to 27 as vaccination campaign starts in Congo
A nurse has died from Ebola in Bikoro, the rural northwestern town where the outbreak began, as Congo Monday began a vaccination campaign in three health zones affected by the deadly outbreak, the country's health minister said.

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