Jump to Main Content
Management of reduced vaccine coverage due to 6 years of failure to vaccinate: The Codroipo case, Italy
- Brunelli, Laura, Romanese, Federico, Benetollo, Pier Paolo, Iob, Andrea, Forgiarini, MariaRita, D'Agaro, Pierlanfranco, Valent, Francesca, Brusaferro, Silvio, Arnoldo, Luca, Bassetti, Matteo, Borghi, Gianni, Brianti, Giorgio, Brunetti, Patrizia, Campagnolo, Mirella, Cattani, Giovanni, Cogo, Paola, Del Negro, Marco, Fabbro, Anna, Gallo, Tolinda, Lubrano, Paolo, Marchetti, Fabio, Miceli, Stefano, Nocerino, Agostino, Paravano, Luca, Pascolo, Piero, Perna, Maurizio, Pischiutti, Paolo, Plazzotta, Andrea, Regattin, Laura, Sacher, Bruno, Sigon, Massimo, Taddio, Andrea, Tommasini, Tiziano, Vacchiano, Erica
- Vaccine 2019 v.37 no.17 pp. 2294-2297
- children, health services, planning, risk, vaccination, vaccines, Italy
- During 2017 an alert was raised in relation to a possible vaccination failure occurred in Friuli Venezia Giulia Region (Italy) between 2009 and 2015, exposing multiple cohorts of children and the entire community to vaccine preventable diseases outbreak risk. The Codroipo case resulted in 20,441 vaccine doses being in doubt, thus prompting the healthcare system to react in order to revaccinate 5444 children through planning and implementing network actions and multiple channels of communication.