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Volume 26, Number 11—November 2020
Synopsis

Challenges to Achieving Measles Elimination, Georgia, 2013–2018

Nino KhetsurianiComments to Author , Ketevan Sanadze, Rusudan Chlikadze, Nazibrola Chitadze, Tamar Dolakidze, Tamta Komakhidze, Lia Jabidze, Shahin Huseynov, Myriam Ben Mamou, Claude Muller, Khatuna Zakhashvili, and Judith M. Hübschen
Author affiliations: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (N. Khetsuriani); CDC South Caucasus Office, Tbilisi, Georgia (N. Khetsuriani); National Center for Disease Control and Public Health, Tbilisi (K. Sanadze, R. Chlikadze, N. Chitadze, T. Dolakidze, T. Komakhidze, L. Jabidze, K. Zakhashvili); South Caucasus Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Program, Tbilisi (T. Komakhidze); World Health Organization European Regional Office, Copenhagen, Denmark (S. Huseynov, M. Ben Mamou); World Health Organization European Regional Reference Laboratory for Measles and Rubella, Luxembourg Institute of Health, Esch-sur-Alzette, Luxembourg (C. Muller, J.M. Hübschen)

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Immunization coverage with measles-containing vaccines in Georgia, 1990–2018. WHO/UNICEF estimates are included for 1997–2003, when official estimates were unreliable because of uncertainty in population numbers. WHO/UNICEF estimates are in agreement with the official estimates from 2003 to present. MCV, measles-containing vaccine; MCV1, first dose of MCV; MCV2, second dose of MCV; MICS, Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey; MMR, measles-mumps-rubella vaccine; MMR1, first dose of MMR; MMR2, second dose of MMR; WHO/UNICEF, World Health Organization/United Nations Children’s Fund.

Figure 10. Immunization coverage with measles-containing vaccines in Georgia, 1990–2018. WHO/UNICEF estimates are included for 1997–2003, when official estimates were unreliable because of uncertainty in population numbers. WHO/UNICEF estimates are in agreement with the official estimates from 2003 to present. MCV, measles-containing vaccine; MCV1, first dose of MCV; MCV2, second dose of MCV; MICS, Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey; MMR, measles-mumps-rubella vaccine; MMR1, first dose of MMR; MMR2, second dose of MMR; WHO/UNICEF, World Health Organization/United Nations Children’s Fund.

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