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Effects of Disasters on Pregnant Women: Immunizations

Making sure that people have the right immunizations is one important part of the response to emergencies. CDC has put together information on recommended immunizations for people displaced by disasters, living in crowded conditions, and for emergency responders entering the area. That information can be found at http://emergency.cdc.gov/disasters/immunizations.asp

For pregnant women wondering if a certain vaccine is okay to be used during pregnancy, CDC has put together some information on immunizations and pregnancy?which ones are recommended, which ones are okay, and which ones should be avoided. This information is available at http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/pubs/preg-guide.htm

 

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