WNSC Hong Kong Info Card 2016 Issue 3 – Tips Handcard for Child Immunisation

Creation Date: Monday, Mar 19, 2018

  • Precautions and contraindications surrounding child immunisation
  • Potential nutrition interventions to help increase vaccine efficacy

Vaccines used for immunisation are often effective in preventing diseases and herd protection is in place when vaccination also reduces the risk of diseases among unimmunised individuals in the community. However, there may be different factors which may influence the decision to vaccinate a child. The following are examples in how to identify possible contraindications and precautions...

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