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5th  December 2016
IMA-MR Campaign 
India, along with other WHO-SEAR countries, in September 2013, resolved to eliminate measles and control rubella/congenital rubella syndrome (CRS) by 2020. 
Accordingly, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare is introducing Rubella vaccine in its Universal Immunization Programme (UIP) as Measles-Rubella (MR) vaccine. 
The vaccine will be introduced as MR Campaign, targeting children from 9 months up to 15 years, in a phased manner over 2 to 3 years, followed by inclusion of the vaccine in routine immunization.
The campaign targets a large birth cohort of approximately 41 crore children, starting in the 1st quarter of 2017. The campaign will be conducted over a period of 3-4 weeks, where vaccination will first be conducted in schools and later in community through outreach. 
The campaign aims to rapidly build up immunity against measles and rubella, and also provides a second opportunity for vaccination against measles for children left out in routine immunization.
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Practice cough and flu hygeine this winter
As winter months come knocking, it becomes imperative to adopt certain hygiene measures to prevent the spread and infection of common cold and flu.
New Delhi, Dec 04, 2016: Winter is officially the cold and flu season. Cases of common cold, cough disorders and flu tend to increase during these months. Moreover, aerosol from cough can easily spread through moisture in the atmosphere and lead to frequent infections.
80% of infections are spread through direct  and indirect contact. A majority of people are hospitalized with flu and several others bear the brunt of cough, congestion, sore throat and other cold symptoms, throughout the season.
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