1. European Immunization Week celebrates the everyday heroes who help protect us all from dangerous diseases  World Health Organization
  2. Why vaccines are not just for children  World Economic Forum
  3. Anti-vaccination trends risk return of eradicated diseases, warn health experts  VnExpress International
  4. These Burnaby students show anti-vaxxer rhetoric not working on them  Burnaby Now
  5. Week Brings Awareness To Immunizations  DiscoverMooseJaw.com
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National Immunization Awareness Week was proclaimed in Moose Jaw. National Immunization Awareness Week was proclaimed in Moose Jaw.

Week Brings Awareness To Immunizations - DiscoverMooseJaw.com

The WHO also admits that there are 'still nearly 20 million unvaccinated and under-vaccinated children in the world today.'The WHO also admits that there are 'still nearly 20 million unvaccinated and under-vaccinated children in the world today.'

World Immunization Week 2019: Significance and Objective of Week-long Health Campaign - News18

We need not only to counter false information about vaccines, but also expand our view: they are there to protect everyone at every stage of life.We need not only to counter false information about vaccines, but also expand our view: they are there to protect everyone at every stage of life.

Why vaccines are not just for children | World Economic Forum

Local parents and guardians are sending more than 230 students to Rapid City schools who are exempted from vaccinations because of religious reasons, records show.Local parents and guardians are sending more than 230 students to Rapid City schools who are exempted from vaccinations because of religious reasons, records show.

More than 200 students in Rapid City exempt from vaccine requirements on religious grounds | Local | rapidcityjournal.com

The Southern Nevada Baby Fest is looking to get children vaccinated at no cost as well as educate residents about health services. The event is being through during National Infant Immunization Week, running from April 29 to May 3, which is why the focus will be on getting the youngest and most vulnerable locals immunized. RELATED|Measles Outbreak: Health officials urge residents to get vaccinated. The Baby Fest will be held on Friday, May 3, from 11:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.The Southern Nevada Baby Fest is looking to get children vaccinated at no cost as well as educate residents about health services. The event is being through during National Infant Immunization Week, running from April 29 to May 3, which is why the focus will be on getting the youngest and most vulnerable locals immunized. RELATED|Measles Outbreak: Health officials urge residents to get vaccinated. The Baby Fest will be held on Friday, May 3, from 11:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m.

Southern Nevada Baby Fest to offer free immunization shots for children | KSNV