CPHA Canvax

"Timely measles and rubella surveillance is critical to disease control. Identifying and confirming suspected measles and rubella cases through surveillance allows:
1) early detection of outbreaks,
2) analysis of on-going transmission in order to mount more effective vaccination measures, and
3) estimation of the underlying true incidence based on the patterns in reported data." - Measles and Rubella Surveillance Data

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Monitoring and Surveillance,Vaccine Preventable Disease Surveillance,Global Surveillance,Vaccine Preventable Diseases,Communicable Diseases,Measles,Rubella Monitoring and Surveillance
Vaccine Preventable Disease Surveillance
Global Surveillance
Vaccine Preventable Diseases
Communicable Diseases


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