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Rev Esp Quimioter 2022; June 21

Expert opinion on strategies to improve vaccination coverage against seasonal influenza

CARMEN VELICIA PEÑAS, VÍCTOR MIGUEL DEL CAMPO PÉREZ, IRENE RIVERO CALLE, LORENZO ARMENTEROS DEL OLMO, MARÍA TERESA PÉREZ RODRÍGUEZ, JUAN JESÚS GESTAL OTERO

Published: 21 June 2022

http://www.doi.org/10.37201/req/031.2022

Seasonal flu continues to be a major public health concern, and the influenza vaccine remains the most effective preventive measure. In Spain, vaccination coverage data from previous seasons show vaccination rates well below official targets; however, these figures improved significantly after the COVID-19 pandemic. Given the importance of achieving and maintaining high vaccination rates in order to avoid the clinical and economic impact of influenza, our multidisciplinary group of experts on vaccines analyzed the impact of low vaccination rates in Spain and drafted a series of measures to boost influenza vaccination coverage, particularly among priority groups.

Rev Esp Quimioter 2022; June  21 [Texto completo PDF]