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EPI-NEWS is a weekly newsletter published by Statens Serum Institut.
The newsletter presents information on surveillance and prevention of infectious diseases, including outbreaks, primarily to the medical profession.
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20-06-2018
The season was very prolonged and characterised by a high number of influenza cases, among which influenza B was dominant.
08-05-2018
For the third time, SSI will host the annual European pertussis meeting, EUPertstrain/EUPertgenomics.
25-04-2018
In 2017, the coverage of all vaccines in the childhood vaccination programme rose. For several vaccines, the increase was quite...

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Vaccination recommendations for foreign travel
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Conclusion of vaccination series with Cervarix® in the ch...
Imported malaria 2017
Botulism outbreak in Southern Jutland
MRSA 2017
The 2017/2018 influenza season
Syphilis 2017

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21-03-2018
Statens Serum Institut (SSI) in Copenhagen Denmark has been granted a sum of EUR 13.8 million from the European & Developing Countries Cl...
22-12-2017
Scientists at SSI have developed a new potential vaccine against infections from the enteropathogen, Clostridium difficile (CD).
09-11-2017
The number of tuberculosis cases among Swedish and Finnish indigenous citizens falls faster than in Denmark shows a new Nordic survey.
14-11-2016
New research from CVIVA shows that Danish children, who have received the live MMR vaccine together with the non-live DTaP-IPV-Hib vaccin...

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