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"Receiving all routine immunizations according to schedule remains the single, best protection against vaccine-preventable diseases, in Canada and around the world. Keeping infants, children, and youth on time and up-to-date for their primary immunizations and booster doses is vitally important during this pandemic, because vaccine timing and is based on complex and specific disease epidemiologies and immune responses." - Update on COVID-19 epidemiology and impact on medical care in children: April 2020

 


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