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It's World Immunization Week!
Vaccine-preventable diseases include:
Cervical cancer
Hep B
Japanese encephalitis
Yellow Fever
Protected together, #VaccinesWork!
Globally, 1 out of 10 children never receive any vaccination. This must change. #VaccinesWork to ensure #HealthForAll!
It’s World Immunization Week! Through childhood, adolescence and into adulthood #VaccinesWork to protect health at every stage of life no matter where you live #HealthForAll
Ensure you and your family are fully protected against vaccine-preventable diseases. Check with your doctor to see if your vaccinations are up-to-date. Yes, #VaccinesWork! #HealthForAll
Every year, immunization prevents 2-3 million deaths and additional illnesses and disabilities from 26 diseases. #VaccinesWork!
#Measles is one of the most contagious diseases ever known.

When people do not get 2 doses of the vaccine against measles, the disease spreads quickly.

When enough people get immunized, everyone in the community is protected.

Yes, #VaccinesWork!
Here is what you can do to soothe a child during vaccination. #VaccinesWork!
It's World Immunization Week! Vaccines are safe and effective. #VaccinesWork!
Too many people still aren’t reached with life-saving vaccines.

Globally, 1 in 7 children are excluded from the full benefits of vaccination.

It's World Immunization Week!

When immunization rates are high, the wider community is protected.

#VaccinesWork! We can be protected together!
If we stop vaccination, diseases that have become uncommon will return. Vaccines are a great tool that can eliminate diseases from the map. #VaccinesWork!
How much do you know about immunization and vaccine-preventable diseases? Test your knowledge in our #VaccinesWork quiz:
Vaccines provide better immunity than natural infections, #VaccinesWork!
Giving several vaccines at the same time reduces discomfort for the child and has no negative effect on a child’s immune system. #VaccinesWork!
-Helped eradicate #smallpox
-Reduce child deaths globally
-Protect against disease
-Prevent disability and death
Yes, #VaccinesWork!
It’s World Immunization Week!

Immunization is our shield against serious diseases🛡

#VaccinesWork to protect individuals and communities!
#VaccinesWork to ensure everyone, everywhere is protected together. Still, millions of children worldwide don’t receive these life-saving tools. We must not tolerate a world in which a child dies from a disease that can be easily prevented."—@DrTedros
Whether you are young or old, #VaccinesWork to make the world a healthier place for everyone. Meet nurse Maritza who works tirelessly to make sure every child is protected, no matter where they live
Outbreaks anywhere are a threat everywhere. With vaccines, we can prevent epidemics. #VaccinesWork!
Vaccines have been one of the biggest success stories of modern medicine. Vaccines protect people, #VaccinesWork!
Diseases know no borders.

Despite millions of lives being saved through immunization each year, outbreaks are still occurring, due to low immunization coverage in many parts of the world.

#VaccinesWork to ensure we are protected together!
Yes, #VaccinesWork! Today, more children than ever before are being immunized. As a result, child mortality, birth defects and lifelong disabilities are declining📉
#DYK: humanity is on the verge of one of the greatest public health achievements in history – to #EndPolio forever. Yes, #VaccinesWork!
If efforts to #EndPolio stopped, we would see over 200 000 cases a year within 10 years. For a safer 🌍, let’s make polio history. #VaccinesWork!
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