According to the World Health Organization, in 2016, around 116.5 million newborn babies and babies have vaccinated diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, but about 12.9 million, that is, almost 1 every 10 babies have been vaccinated.
Non-vaccinated natives and children are at serious risk of infections with infections, complications or death controlled by a vaccine, as reported by the ULAC.
After analyzing the situation of Roma children in European and world countries, Roma vaccination rates in each country were found to be insufficient. The situation of Roma children living in Lithuania was also investigated.
One of the aims of the research is to assess the prevalence of HIV-positive children under the age of 18 who have been infected with tuberculosis, hepatitis B, pneumococcal infections, measles, epidemic parotitis, rubella, diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, poliomyelitis, math B Haemophilus influenzae the extent of the vaccination of infections. Conclusion – In Lithuania, Roma children are not adequately vaccinated, and vaccination rates are significantly lower than the general population of children in the country.
You can read more about this at the 6th National Conference on Communicable Diseases, which will begin on November 29 in the Vilnius University Medical Faculty. Daiva Razmuvienė, Infectious Disease doctor and AIDS Center, will read the "Results of the study on the Roma children's broadcast" report.
The National Communicable Disease Conference will be held this month. November 29-30 (Thursday / Friday) in the University of Vilnius Faculty of Medicine, M.K.Currying g. 21
The conference will provide an update on the prevalence of infectious diseases, their threats in the military, prisons, among young people.
Experts will share flu information, TB problems for Lithuanian residents, trends in adverse drug reactions, the latest diagnostic methods for communicable diseases.
For the first time, the conference will analyze the social determinants of communicable diseases: health literacy, why do not I want to get vaccinated? and so on.
The results of the last three surveys are presented: 1) the scope of Roma children's vaccines, 2) the situation of the population in vulnerable groups, and 3) the population's views on HIV prevention measures.
We will know what lessons we have learned and what challenges are still waiting for Lithuania to live with AIDS for 30 years already.
A conference and registration program can be found here.