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Isabella Ballalai afirma: “Essa cobertura não é simplesmente um número. Sem cobertura vacinal nós estamos suscetíveis a todas essas doenças – surto de meningite, retorno da poliomielite. Essas doenças só estão eliminadas por causa da vacinação” External link

gruposulnews Thursday, November 26, 2020 2:29:00 AM CET

Siti Nadia Tarmizi said: “We often forget about pneumonia because it's not a new disease [...] But pneumonia is not just another disease that is no longer a problem in Indonesia,” External link

JakartaPost Wednesday, November 11, 2020 2:40:00 PM CET

Stella Kyriakides disse: “Transparência a respeito de quem cumpre as regras é fundamental” External link

odocumento Friday, October 30, 2020 9:08:00 PM CET

Helena Sato disse: “Campanhas como essa são altamente eficazes na erradicação de doenças e na eliminação do risco de reintrodução dessas enfermidades em nosso território. No geral, são indicadas coberturas vacinais de 90% e 95% para proteção efetiva da população, e a ampliação da adesão é fundamental para que esses índices sejam alcançados” External link

odocumento Friday, October 30, 2020 9:08:00 PM CET

Ellen Foxman dice: “Este es un estudio intrigante, pero no proporciona evidencia definitiva” External link

notiulti Tuesday, October 27, 2020 4:02:00 PM CET

Ellen Foxman dice: “Existe evidencia de la literatura de que la inmunidad entrenada existe y puede ofrecer una amplia protección, de formas inesperadas, contra otros patógenos además de contra lo que se diseñó la vacuna” External link

notiulti Tuesday, October 27, 2020 4:02:00 PM CET

Ellen Foxman dice: “En cuanto a decirle a la gente: ‘Debería vacunarse contra la gripe porque puede protegerlo del COVID’, es un poco exagerado en este momento” External link

notiulti Tuesday, October 27, 2020 4:02:00 PM CET

Ellen Foxman says (about Mihai Netea): ”a situation in which both influenza and COVID-19 spread and sicken the public. But a new study suggests that there could be another key reason to get a flu jab this year: it might reduce your risk of COVID-19 . The research, released as a preprint that has not yet been peer-reviewed, indicates that a flu vaccine against the influenza virus also may trigger the body to produce broad infection-fighting molecules that combat the pandemic-causing coronavirus. The paper is in line with some other recent studies published in peer-reviewed journals that point to similar effects. But researchers caution the research is preliminary and needs to be bolstered by more rigorous experiments. In the new study, Mihai Netea, an infectious disease immunologist at Radboud University Medical Center in the Netherlands, and his colleagues combed through their hospital’s databases to see if employees who got a flu shot during the 20192020 season were more or less likely to get infected by SARS-CoV-2, the virus behind COVID-19. Workers who received a flu vaccine, the researchers found, were 39 percent less l ikely to test positive for the coronavirus as of June 1, 2020. While 2.23 percent of nonvaccinated employees tested positive, only 1.33 percent of vaccinated ones did. Netea and his team posted their findings on the preprint server MedRxiv on October 16. These findings do not prove that flu vaccines prevent COVID-19, however. “This is an intriguing study, but it doesn’t provide definitive evidence,” External link

scientificamerican Tuesday, October 27, 2020 11:48:00 AM CET

Ellen Foxman says: “There is evidence from the literature that trained immunity does exist and can offer broad protection, in unexpected ways, against other pathogens besides what the vaccine was designed against,” External link

scientificamerican Tuesday, October 27, 2020 11:48:00 AM CET

Ellen Foxman says: “As far as telling people, ‘You should go get a flu vaccine because it can protect you from COVID,’ that's a little bit of a stretch at this point,” External link

scientificamerican Tuesday, October 27, 2020 11:48:00 AM CET

Jean Gorinchteyn disse: "Essas vacinas constam do programa nacional, são seguras e gratuitas. Estão disponíveis nos 5 mil postos dispostos em todos municípios de São Paulo" External link

uol Monday, October 26, 2020 5:40:00 PM CET

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