CDC: California, Colorado, Maryland and Virginia are among states that require public health officials to report vaccine effectiveness
A number of states and cities have begun requiring public health agencies to report their vaccine effectiveness to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
A number more cities and states are considering legislation.
In addition, several states have passed laws requiring public-health agencies to make recommendations on vaccines to the CDC, and some governors have also proposed requiring them to report on vaccine effectiveness.
But these measures are not universal, and the effectiveness of a vaccine can vary widely from one city to another.
In fact, there are still significant gaps in how public health reports vaccine effectiveness, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).
The AAP recommends that states ensure that public health workers are not required to provide data about the effectiveness or effectiveness of vaccines to health officials.
The AAP’s statement on the matter says: “Public health officials should be free to make decisions about the safety and efficacy of a vaccination.
However, the public health data should not be shared with private health organizations or private entities, including pharmaceutical companies, for profit companies, or other entities whose business models or incentives may conflict with the public’s interest in protecting public health.”
The AAP also notes that the AAP supports public health reporting of vaccine effectiveness and safety data.
In the case of vaccine safety and effectiveness data, AAP says that: “If a vaccine has been approved by the FDA for use in humans, the data should be available to the public for analysis and use in determining whether it is safe and effective in a particular population.
If the vaccine does not meet these requirements, then the data must be provided to the FDA.”
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They can cause respiratory illnesses and pneumonia.
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The CDC and the National Institutes of Health have the authority to issue regulations that require a public health agency to report its vaccine effectiveness data to the agency’s chief medical officer.
If a public agency fails to provide vaccine effectiveness information to its chief medical Officer, the agency may be liable for fines.
A public health department or public health authority may also be liable if the agency violates federal laws that mandate that the agency provide public health information to health authorities.
If this occurs, the government can take the agency to court and seek the damages it may be required to pay to an injured party.
The laws require public agencies to comply with the law when it comes to vaccine effectiveness reporting.
For more information about vaccine effectiveness reports, contact the CDC.