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Immunization Challenges on College Campuses

Based on living conditions and social behaviors, college students are at higher risk for certain infections. While the risks are clear, there are challenges to ensuring this population is up-to-date on recommended vaccines…

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The Power to Protect Yourself & Your Family

During National Immunization Awareness Month, NFID will share information and resources on social media to highlight the importance of vaccines across the lifespan. Help us spread the word in 3 easy ways…

#GetVaccinated To Help Prevent Hepatitis B on #WorldHepatitisDay

#WorldHepatitisDay, observed annually on July 28th, is designed to raise awareness of the importance of viral hepatitis prevention, diagnosis, and treatment…

The Recommendations, They Are A Changin’…

The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) recommended several changes to US immunization schedules during the June 2019 meeting including updates to pneumococcal, hepatitis A, HPV, and meningococcal B vaccine recommendations…

We The People… Have The Right To Be Vaccine-Preventable Disease Free

In honor of Independence Day, NFID is celebrating the right of all individuals to be free of vaccine-preventable diseases. Vaccines protect not only the individual who is vaccinated, but also the community in which the individual lives…

Protecting Their Families: Dads Who #GetVaccinated

On Father’s Day, NFID celebrates dads who protect their families against vaccine-preventable diseases. We asked fathers (and grandfathers) among the NFID leadership to share their thoughts on the importance of vaccination for the entire family…

ID News Round-Up: Measles

Despite having eliminated measles in the US nearly two decades ago, the US is once again seeing record-setting cases of the vaccine-preventable disease. The number of measles cases reported in the US this year reached 1,001 on June 5, 2019. This is the largest number of measles cases reported in the US since the last major outbreak in 1994…