Vaccination: Key Considerations and Hepatitis B Vaccines

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Vaccinations have become a hot-button issue during the coronavirus pandemic. There have been recent developments in vaccination for hepatitis B, with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines recommending hepatitis B vaccination for all adults between the ages of 19 to 59 years old. And, there is a two-dose hepatitis B vaccine as an alternative to the three-dose option that may improve adherence.

In addition to discussing changes in hepatitis B vaccination, participants at this HealthLeaders roundtable also addressed broad vaccination issues such as vaccine hesitancy and the climate surrounding vaccination in general.