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  1. GaryFinnegan

    How can vaccines help beat superbugs?

    A short, animated video explaining the potential role of vaccination in the global fight against AMR.
  2. This video is available in several European languages.
  3. GaryFinnegan

    What is herd immunity?

    This is a short video, explaining herd immunity. It has been viewed 100,000 times.
  4. Smaragda

    "Why Vaccines Work"

    As more and more parents are choosing not to vaccinate their children or are vaccinating them later, diseases like measles are making a comeback. Are vaccines safe? How do vaccines work? Why do some people claim there is a link between vaccines and autism? This video looks at why are people afraid of something that has saved so many lives, and look at the history and science of vaccines.
  5. Admin

    Top 5 videos on herd immunity

    ‘Vaccination is an individual right and a shared responsibility.’ That’s the focus of the 2018 European Immunization Week, organised by the World Health Organization (WHO). Ensuring access to immunisation services is essential to controlling preventable diseases. But why is ‘shared responsibility’ in the spotlight? Central to this idea is the scientific concept of ‘herd immunity’, sometimes called ‘community immunity’. This explains how we can stop the spread of disease by maintaining high levels of immunisation. For example, if 95% of people in a community have two doses of the MMR vaccine, measles outbreaks can be prevented. As some people are too sick or too young to be vaccinated, it is essential that the rest of us play our part in protecting them. To help explain this idea, VaccinesToday collected some of the top YouTube videos on herd immunity.
  6. Admin

    Immunization saves lives

    A video about immunization.
  7. Admin

    The science of immunisation

    The Australian Academy of Science provides information that explains the science of immunisation in clear and easy-to-understand language, with the aim of supporting you to make good health decisions based on science. This series of short videos and in-depth articles, developed in partnership with the Australian Government Department of Health, answer common questions about immunisation.

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