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4.1 Immunity 4.2 Vaccination schedule 4.3 Adverse reactions, contraindications, and precautions 4.4 Dose and administration of the yellow fever vaccine and simultaneous use with other vaccines 4.5. Cold chain and reconstitution 4.6 Effectiveness and potency
5. Vaccination Activities
5.1 Vaccination of residents of yellow fever enzootic areas and areas where migration to these areas originates 5.2 Vaccination of travelers 5.3 Introduction of the vaccine in the regular immunization program
6. Epidemiological Surveillance
6.1 WHO case definitions 6.2 Surveillance of syndromes characterized by fever and jaundice 6.3 Epizootic surveillance 6.4 Laboratory diagnosis
6.5 Response to outbreaks or epizootics 6.6 Information systems and data analysis
Training Module. Practical Exercises for a Clinical Case Study and Study of a Yellow Fever Outbreak