Vaccines To Turn Back The Tide Of Antimicrobial Resistance

  01 April 2021

As part of their Immunization Agenda 2030: A Global Strategy to Leave No One Behind, WHO have now published an AMR-focused action framework that summarizes ways we should seek to use vaccines both to reduce antibiotic use and to prevent the further emergence of antimicrobial resistance.

The AMR-focused Action Framework has 3 core goals:

  1. Expanding Use: In brief, we need to use the vaccines we have!
  2. New Vaccines: In brief, a few new vaccines seem possible, but only a few
  3. Expanding Knowledge of Vaccine Impact: In brief, driving policy change requires data!
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