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Ran D. Goldman; Tyler D. Yan; Michelle Seiler (et al.)
Mohammed Alsuhaibani; Aqeel Alaqeel
Nick Spencer; Rita Nathawad; Emmanuele Arpin (et al.)
Inequity in routine childhood vaccination coverage is well researched. Pandemics disrupt infrastructure and divert health resources from preventive care, including vaccination programmes, leading to increased vaccine preventable morbidity and mortality. COVID-19 control measures have resulted in coverage reductions. We conducted a rapid review of the impact of pandemics on existing inequities in routine vaccination coverage. PICO search framework: Population: children 0–18 years; Intervention/exposure: pandemic/epidemic; Comparison: inequality; Outcome: routine vaccination coverage. The review demonstrates a gap in the literature as none of the 29 papers selected for full-paper review from 1973 abstracts identified from searches met the inclusion criteria.
Comfort Z. Olorunsaiye; Korede K. Yusuf; Kylie Reinhart (et al.)
Danilo Buonsenso; Bianca Cinicola; Memenatu Ngaima Kallon (et al.)
Kaja Abbas; Simon R Procter; Kevin Van Zanvoort (et al.)
Dorit R. Reiss; Arthur L. Caplan
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