A recent report by One Health Trust researchers highlights the importance of boosting vaccination coverage to slow the pace of antimicrobial resistance. The analysis focuses on the impact of increasing vaccination coverage on the AMR-related health and economic burden in thirteen low- and middle-income countries. It emphasizes the need for policymakers to use this evidence base to expand coverage of vaccinations in routine immunization schedules and introduce new vaccines with a demonstrable contribution to reducing AMR and antibiotic use, such as those targeting rotavirus and typhoid infections.
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