Archived Immunization MMWRs 2011

Readers can follow MMWR on

Facebook and on

Twitter

January 6, 2012: Content on this page kept for historical reasons.

Current MMWRs Related to Immunization News

 

2011 News Reports By Month

JAN | FEB | APR | MAY | JUN | JUL | AUG | SEP | OCT | NOV | DEC

 

December 2011

 Top of Page

November 2011

  • MMWR Logo

    November 11, 2011, Vol 60 / No. 44
    Update on Herpes Zoster Vaccine: Licensure for Persons Aged 50 Through 59 Years
    Considering all available evidence and the supply issues, ACIP declined to recommend the use of herpes zoster vaccine among adults aged 50 through 59 years and reaffirmed its existing recommendation that herpes zoster vaccine be routinely recommended for adults aged 60 years and older…

  • MMWR Logo

    November 11, 2011, Vol 60 / No. 44
    Global Routine Vaccination Coverage, 2010
    This report summarizes the status of vaccination coverage globally and regionally in 2010 and progress toward meeting the GIVS goal…

 Top of Page

October 2011

 Top of Page

September 2011

 Top of Page

August 2011

 Top of Page

July 2011

 Top of Page

June 2011

 Top of Page

May 2011

 Top of Page

April 2011

 Top of Page

February 2011

 Top of Page

January 2011

  • MMWR Logo

    January 28, 2011, Vol 60 / No. RR02
    Erratum: Vol. 60, No. RR02 for the MMWR:
    General Recommendations on Immunization
    This report provides information for clinicians and other health-care providers about concerns that commonly arise when vaccinating persons of various ages. Providers and patients encounter numerous issues, such as the timing of each…

  • MMWR Logo

    January 14, 2011, Vol 60 / No. 01
    Influenza Vaccination Coverage – United States, 2000-2010
    Although childhood vaccination programs in the United States have been successful, adolescent programs remain relatively new and adult vaccination programs, although well established, have not achieved acceptable…

  • MMWR Logo

    January 7, 2011, Vol 59 / No. 51
    Announcements: Clinical Vaccinology Course – March 4-6, 2011
    This course is designed specifically for physicians, nurses, physician assistants, pharmacists, vaccine program administrators, and other health professionals involved with or interested in the clinical use of…

Related Pages

 Top of Page

Page last reviewed: January 6, 2012 (archived document)