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  • Website

    Bill Text - SB-277 Public health: vaccinations.

    2019 - State of California

    In-text: ("Bill Text - SB-277 Public Health: Vaccinations.")

    Your Bibliography: "Bill Text - SB-277 Public Health: Vaccinations.." N.p., 2019. Web. 14 Sept. 2019.

  • Journal

    Fine, P., Eames, K. and Heymann, D. L.

    "Herd Immunity": A Rough Guide

    2011 - Clinical Infectious Diseases

    In-text: (Fine, Eames and Heymann 911-916)

    Your Bibliography: Fine, P., K. Eames, and D. L. Heymann. ""Herd Immunity": A Rough Guide." Clinical Infectious Diseases 52.7 (2011): 911-916. Web. 14 Sept. 2019.

  • Journal

    Moodley, K., Hardie, K., Selgelid, M. J., Waldman, R. J., Strebel, P., Rees, H. and Durrheim, D. N.

    Ethical considerations for vaccination programmes in acute humanitarian emergencies

    2013 - Bulletin of the World Health Organization

    In-text: (Moodley et al. 290-297)

    Your Bibliography: Moodley, Keymanthri et al. "Ethical Considerations For Vaccination Programmes In Acute Humanitarian Emergencies." Bulletin of the World Health Organization 91.4 (2013): 290-297. Web. 14 Sept. 2019.

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