- BCG ( 1 of 1 )
- OPV ( 1 of 1 )
- Hepatitis B - 1 ( 1 of 4 )
Vaccinations prevent more than
2.5 million deaths each year.
can be prevented by Vaccinations
in the incidence of bacterial meningitis
since the introduction of vaccine in 1988
Globally, we offer more then 40 vaccines for 22 diseases.
Making our vaccines available to as many people who need them as possible; in one way or another, all of the Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP)’s imperatives relate to the issue of access.
Partnering widely with others to improve access, to innovate and to enhance the quality and efficacy of vaccines and vaccination, in line with imperatives.
Since 2009, ever since it was first detected in humans, swine Flu continues to circulate as a seasonal Flu virus across the country. Recent reports suggest rise in cases of Swine Flu (H1N1) in and around Maharashtra & cities across India.
Swine Flu (H1N1) is contagious and spreads from an infected person via coughing, sneezing, talking; or even spread through contaminated objects or surfaces.
Lately, we’ve become more beholden to medical science. In a world combatting newer varieties of pathogens frequently, medical science has become a frontier for a healthy future. Even before the pandemic struck, medical science had made many disease outbreaks obsolete, with vaccinations administered to children at a young age that gave them immunity against several infections.
Covid-19 is disrupting immunization services across the globe, thereby putting the health of millions of children at risk.