The last week of April every year is World Immunization Week. WHO announced the theme of 2018 World Immunization Week is "Vaccination, Common Disease Prevention" (Protected Together, #VaccinesWork), encouraging from donors to the general public for higher interests Consider to make further efforts to improve immunization coverage. Immunization can save countless lives and is recognized as one of the most successful and cost-effective health interventions. It plays an important role in preventing and treating certain infectious diseases, suppressing antimicrobial resistance, and enhancing public health and public health. effect.
Immunization can prevent diphtheria, hepatitis B, measles, whooping cough, pneumonia, polio, rubella, tetanus and other diseases, and reduce the possible disability and death caused by the disease. Vaccines against the above diseases have been introduced in most countries around the world, and most of the vaccines belong to the routine immunization plan. Infants and young children are the main targets of the global immunization program. WHO data shows that in 2016, approximately 86% of infants and young children (116.5 million) received three doses of Baibaibai triple vaccine in the world. Despite this, there are still more than 19 million children in the world who are not vaccinated or under-vaccinated and face a serious risk of fatal diseases.
2018 is the 40th anniversary of China's implementation of the immunization planning policy. April 25 this year is the 32nd "National Child Vaccination Day". The theme of the promotion is "vaccination, guarding life".
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