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A guide to vaccinations for COVID-19: references

Reference list for 'A guide to vaccinations for COVID-19'

  1. University of Oxford, Vaccine Knowledge Project FAQs about vaccines (updated: Jan. 2019)
  2. University of Oxford, Vaccine Knowledge Project Herd immunity (Herd protection) (updated: Aug. 2019)
  3. JCVI Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation: advice on priority groups for COVID-19 vaccination, 30 December 2020 published online on Gov.uk (updated 6 Jan. 2021)
  4. Public Health England 2021 COVID-19 – SARS-Cov-2 Green Book, Chapter 14a
  5. MHRA Information for healthcare professionals on COVID-19 vaccine Moderna published online on Gov.uk (updated 26 Jan. 2021)
  6. University of Oxford, Vaccine Knowledge Project How vaccines are tested, licensed and monitored (updated: 11 Jan. 2021)
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  10. Johnson & Johnson 2020 Johnson & Johnson announces European Commission approval for Janssen’s preventive Ebola vaccine 
  11. University of Oxford, Oxford Vaccine Group Vaccines against Ebola virus disease (published: 19 Jun. 2019) 
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  14. Public Health England 2021 COVID-19 vaccinations programme: information for healthcare practitioners (republished 11 Feb. 2021)
  15. Vasileiou et al. 2021 Effectiveness of First Dose of COVID-19 Vaccines Against Hospital Admissions in Scotland: National Prospective Cohort Study of 5.4 Million People. Available at Preprints with The Lancet, part of SSRN
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  17. JCVI JCVI interim statement on phase 2 of the COVID-19 vaccination programme published online on Gov.uk (published 26 Feb. 2021)
  18. Shah et al. 2021 Effect of vaccination on transmission of COVID-19: an observational study in healthcare workers and their households medRxiv DOI: 10.1101/2021.03.11.21253275
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  20. JCVI JCVI statement on use of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine: 7 April 2021 published online on Gov.uk (published 7 April 2021)
  21. Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency MHRA issues new advice, concluding a possible link between COVID-19 vaccine AstraZeneca and extremely rare, unlikely to occur blood clots published online Gov.uk (published 7 April 2021)
  22. Centre for Disease Control and Prevention COVID-19 vaccine safety update published online cdc.gov (published 1 March 2021)
  23. JCVI JCVI interim statement on phase 2 of the COVID-19 vaccination programme: 26 February 2021 published online Gov.uk (published 26 February 2021)
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  25. Pfizer Pfizer-BioNTech announce positive topline results of pivotal COVID-19 vaccine study in adolescents published online Pfizer.com (published 31 March 2021)
  26. JCVI JCVI issues new advice on COVID-19 vaccination for pregnant women published online Gov.uk (published 16 April 2021)
  27. Centre for Disease Control and Prevention V-safe Pregnancy Registry published online cdc.gov (updated 27 April 2021)
  28. JCVI Use of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 (AZD1222) vaccine: updated JCVI statement, 7 May 2021 published online on Gov.uk (published 7 May 2021)
  29. Public Health England 2021 COVID-19 vaccination: women of childbearing age, currently pregnant or breastfeeding published online on Gov.uk (updated 14 June 2021)
  30. Public Health England 2021 COVID-19 vaccination: guide for adults published online Gov.uk (updated 14 June 2021)
  31. Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency The MHRA concludes positive safety profile for Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine in 12- to 15-year-olds published online Gov.uk (published 4 June 2021)
  32. Department of Health and Social Care Most vulnerable offered second dose of COVID-19 vaccine earlier to help protect against variants published online Gov.uk (published 14 May 2021)
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  34. Public Health England 2021 JCVI issues advice on COVID-19 vaccination of children and young people published online on Gov.uk (published 19 July 2021)