Immunization of Special Risk Groups

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While not recommended for routine administration, vaccines additional to those represented in the childhood programme are available for individuals in special risk categories.


IMMUNIZATION OF SPECIAL RISK GROUPS

 

While not recommended for routine administration, vaccines additional to those represented in the childhood programme are available for individuals in special risk categories. These categories relate to occupational risks or risks associated with travel abroad. Such immunization protocols include those directed against cholera, typhoid, meningitis (group A), anthrax, hepatitis A and B, influenza, Japanese encephalitis, rabies, tick-borne encephalitis and yellow fever.

 

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