Vaccination for Viral Diseases
Viral diseases are contagious and rapidly spread from person to person, when a virus enters the body. It begins to multiply in the blood stream. Vaccines are using against some viral diseases such as chickenpox, flu (influenza), HIV/AIDS, human papillomavirus (HPV), rubella, Shingles, hepatitis, meningitis, pneumonia. Recently, a new two-dose herpes zoster vaccine called HZ/su was administered for the older people, which is safe and reduces the risk for shingles. And also reduce the postherpetic neuralgia by nearly 90% in people aged 70 years and older. After all this year and researchers are engaged in an outbreak race to eradicate Zika, a disease that links to severe birth defects all around the world.