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Under-Vaccinated Children At-Risk During Measles Outbreaks

In COVID-19, Latest News by Precision Vaccinations

While reported measles cases have fallen compared to previous years, progress toward measles elimination has also declined. 
In addition, the risk of future measles outbreaks is mounting, according to a new report from the World Health Organization (WHO) and U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
This report found in 2020, more than 22 million infants missed their first dose of the measles vaccine, an increase of 3 million compared to 2019. 
And measles outbreaks occurred in 26 countries.

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Thanksgiving Holiday Plans Include International Visitors

In Travel Vaccine News by Travel Vaccine

Airports and roads may be jam-packed for the Thanksgiving holiday as AAA predicts about 53 million people will travel this year.
This forecast represents an increase of 13% from 2020.
With 6.4 million more people traveling this Thanksgiving coupled with the recent opening of the U.S. borders to fully vaccinated international travelers—people should prepare for airports to be noticeably more crowded.
As travel restrictions continue to lift and consumer confidence builds, AAA urges travelers to be proactive when making their plans this holiday season.