Guidelines for surveillance of congenital rubella syndrome and rubella / Felicity T. Cutts ... [et al.], Field test version, May 1999
World Health Organization. (1999). Guidelines for surveillance of congenital rubella syndrome and rubella / Felicity T. Cutts ... [et al.], Field test version, May 1999. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/66104
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Surveillance Guidelines for Measles, Rubella and Congenital Rubella Syndrome in the WHO European Region WHO Regional Office for Europe (2012)The WHO Regional Committee for Europe adopted the goal of eliminating indigenous measles transmission in 1998. In 2005, the Regional Committee expanded this commitment to include rubella and set a date for the elimination of both diseases by 2010. Although Member States did make progress, through the implementation of a strategic plan, the goal was not achieved. The WHO Regional Committee for Europe acknowledged at its sixtieth session (2010) that the regional goal of eliminating measles and rubella is achievable, and set a new target date of ...
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