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Vaccine-preventable disease levels are at or near record lows. However, we cannot take high immunization coverage levels for granted, to continue to protect America's children and adults, we must obtain maximum immunization coverage in all populations, establish effective partnerships, conduct reliable scientific research, implement immunization systems, and ensure vaccine safety.
Revised standards for immunization practices The National Vaccine Advisory Committee (NVAC) recently released revised standards for immunization practices. The revised standards recommend making vaccines easily accessible and implementing strategies to improve vaccination rates...more
Flu Vaccination Campaign Flu vaccine is the best way to prevent infection with the flu virus and the complications associated with flu. But everyone must be re-vaccinated each year because the flu viruses change each year. For more information, explore our pages about flu vaccine.