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[Articles] Measles immunity gaps and the progress towards elimination: a multi-country modelling analysis

20:36 EDT 11 Aug 2017 | The Lancet

Future vaccination strategies in high-fertility countries should focus on increasing childhood immunisation rates, either by raising first-dose coverage or by making erratic SIAs more frequent and regular. Immunisation campaigns targeting adolescents and adults are required in low-fertility countries, where the susceptibility in these age groups will otherwise sustain measles circulation.

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