Phase 3 COVID-19 vaccine trials launching in July, expert says
June 30, 2020
“The good news is that the new coronavirus is relatively stable,” Dr. Paul A. Offit said.
ACIP plans priority groups in advance of COVID-19 vaccine
June 29, 2020
Tiered approach to COVID-19 vaccination builds on pandemic flu framework.
ACIP approves flu vaccine recommendations for 2020-2021
June 25, 2020
Next season’s vaccination options include new high-dose quadrivalent vaccines for seniors.
Half of Americans would get COVID-19 vaccine, poll shows
May 27, 2020
Black Americans were more likely than were Hispanic or white responders to say that they don’t plan to get a vaccine.
COVID-19 fears tied to dangerous drop in child vaccinations
May 14, 2020
Parents need to be reminded of the need to protect their children against vaccine-preventable diseases.
COVID-19 experiences from the pediatrician front line
May 13, 2020
Pediatricians share how practices have been adapting, especially in terms of a vaccinations, in the COVID-19 environment.
Standing orders for vaccines may improve pediatric vaccination rates
April 29, 2020
Four in ten pediatricians don’t use standing orders for immunizations, but the strategy might alleviate falling vaccination rates during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Preventable diseases could gain a foothold because of COVID-19
March 23, 2020
Measles and influenza are two deadly infectious diseases for which there are vaccines.
Antibiotic resistance rises among pneumococcus strains in kids
March 1, 2020
Evolution is at work in the emergence of vaccine-resistance serotypes not included in the PCV-13 vaccine.
Measles infection linked to impaired ‘immune memory’
November 6, 2019
Measles virus infection is associated with significant reductions in pathogen epitopes and antibody reservoirs.