Vaccination against yellow fever in areas with possible risk of epidemic are important for prevention of new cases.
Vaccination against yellow fever in areas with possible risk of epidemic are important for prevention of new cases. See the importance of vaccination
There are still a large number of people not yet vaccinated in areas with a virus-friendly ecosystem, which, for the World Health Organization (WHO), represents a "high risk within the current transmission pattern "According to the statement, since July 1, 2017, 35 cases of yellow fever have been confirmed in Brazil, including 20 deaths, official figure tripled in relation to other times. Another 145 suspected cases are being investigated.
The area of greatest concern to the WHO is the state of São Paulo, mainly in the Mairiporã region. Non-vaccination in these regions may increase the risk of an urban disease cycle and the occurrence of new cases in humans.
So much so that today the Organization indicates the vaccine against yellow fever for anyone traveling to any region in the State of São Paulo
Between January 25 and February 17, the São Paulo government will begin a major vaccination campaign with common and fractioned doses of the vaccine.
Ask your questions about the fractional dose and this campaign .
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