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During European Immunization Week, a report from Italy shows that congenital rubella is still a public health concern

Eurosurveillance, Volume 20, Issue 16, 23 April 2015

Table of Contents

Rapid communications

Human case of Onchocerca lupi infection, Germany, August 2014
Surveillance and outbreak reports

Congenital rubella still a public health problem in Italy: analysis of national surveillance data from 2005 to 2013
A multi-country Salmonella Enteritidis phage type 14b outbreak associated with eggs from a German producer: ‘near real-time’ application of whole genome sequencing and food chain investigations, United Kingdom, May to September 2014

Changing hepatitis A epidemiology in the European Union: new challenges and opportunities
Research articles

Strengths and limitations of assessing influenza vaccine effectiveness using routinely collected, passive surveillance data in Ontario, Canada, 2007 to 2012: balancing efficiency versus quality

European Immunization Week 2015: 10th anniversary

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