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Are vaccines safe?
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What are Random Digital Dialing Telephone Surveys?
The County of San Diego Health and Human Services Agency's Immunization Unit conducts Random Digit Dialing (RDD) telephone surveys. Interviewers make phone calls to randomly selected phone numbers to assess immunization coverage rates as well as the knowledge, attitudes and beliefs about vaccines among San Diego County residents. Information provided by participants is kept confidential. Surveys provide valuable data to determine what proportions of children living in San Diego County are fully immunized. The information collected helps us plan programs to do a better job of protecting all San Diegans from vaccine preventable diseases. For more information, please contact the San Diego Immunization Unit at 619-692-5656.
 










   




     
     

     

       






       

       




       






          
       


       



       





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Did You Know?
One in three people in the US will develop shingles in their lifetime. The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that adults age 50 or older should get the new shingles vaccine. For more information, please see the CDC's Shingles Vaccination web page.

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Video: How do vaccines work?
Please click here (and scroll down when the web page appears) to see a video on how vaccines help protect people from diseases. The video was produced by students at Carrington College. The video is part of an interesting and informative website called Everything You Need To Know About Vaccines, also produced by the students.

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Make Sure You Understand the Risks of Not Vaccinating Your Child
This decision involves risks. Learn more by reading this flyer.


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What Better Way To Spend The Day Than Preventing Disease?
Click here for an article and video about vaccine effectiveness and safety.