Waning immunity and subclinical measles infections in England
Following the introduction of vaccination against measles, levels of clinical infection have dropped markedly. As we move further into the vaccine era, increasingly many individuals owe their measles immunity to vaccination and have had few (if any) exposures to wild virus. A number of recent reports suggest that vaccinated individuals with low levels of immunity may be at risk of subclinical measles infection. We explore the interplay between levels of infection and immunity over time using a...[Show more]
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