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Rotavirus Disease and Immunization: An Overview

Rotavirus Disease and Immunization: An Overview

We are excited to launch a new overview brief this month! This 12-page summary highlights select themes, evidence, and key graphics covered in the full series to support immunization programs and policies.   [button class="et_pb_button" button...

March 2020 Progress Update

Dear Colleagues, It's been an exciting few months for rotavirus vaccines, with India completing national scale-up and several other large, high-burden countries—like DRC, Benin, and Myanmar—introducing rotavirus vaccine. The evidence base describing the burden of...

Now Live! Rotavirus Disease and Immunization series of briefs

Now Live! Rotavirus Disease and Immunization series of briefs

Six rotavirus-focused briefs cover epidemiology and disease burden, available vaccine products, the impact of vaccination, economic costs of rotavirus disease and the value of vaccines, safety, and introduction and coverage status. The Council’s series also includes a...

March 2019 Progress Update

Dear Colleagues, Infants in nearly 100 countries across the world now have access to rotavirus vaccines and an estimated 54 million are vaccinated annually. There are now four globally available rotavirus vaccines, with several promising new products on the horizon....

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The ROTA Council was created in collaboration with an advisory group of 24 child health leaders from around the world. We promote the use of rotavirus vaccines as part of a comprehensive approach to addressing diarrheal disease.

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