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Adoption of the Council Recommendation on strengthened cooperation against vaccine preventable diseases on 7th December 2018
8 February 2019

On the 7th December 2018, Health Ministers from the European Union adopted a recommendation from the European Commission to fight vaccine preventable diseases. This Council Recommendation on strengthened cooperation against vaccine preventable diseases was first proposed by the European Commission in April 2018 in response to insufficient vaccination coverage, vaccine shortages and outbreaks of infectious […]

Europe gets serious about vaccination
23 October 2018

Europe gets serious about vaccination Joint Action: European countries are joining forces to combat vaccine-preventable diseases. Professor Geneviève Chene, who coordinates the initiative, explains why action is needed

Finland involved in European Joint Action on Vaccination
4 September 2018

Finland involved in European Joint Action on Vaccination Finland participates in a new, extensive European project aiming to increase vaccination coverage among the population. The European Joint Action on Vaccination, expanding over a period of three years, is the next step in EU efforts to improve immunisation and vaccination coverage in Europe. The Joint Action aims […]

Launch of the European Joint Action on Vaccination
4 September 2018

Launch of the European Joint Action on Vaccination The European Joint Action on Vaccination (EU‐JAV), coordinated by France (National Institute of Health and Medical Research, Inserm, with the support of the Ministry of Health and Solidarities), is launched on September 4, 2018 in Paris.

To Vaccinate is to Protect
4 September 2018

To vaccinate is to protect Epidemics have no concept of borders! That is why, via Inserm, France is making a commitment to the health of European citizens by creating a European platform to intensify national responses to the challenges posed by vaccination. This European Joint Action on Vaccination (EU-JAV), coordinated by Inserm and backed by […]

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