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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT:

SDIC ACTIVITIES SUSPENDED THROUGH APRIL 2020 

Due to countywide efforts for coronavirus prevention, surveillance, and preparedness, SDIC activities involving large gatherings will be suspended through April 2020.
 

The SDIC general meeting, Service Delivery, and SDIR Users Group meetings scheduled for Wed, 4/1 are canceled.


The 2020 SDIC Summit and Immunization Update scheduled for Wed, 4/29 is also canceled.

For local updates on coronavirus, visit https://www.sandiegocounty.gov/coronavirus/. 
 

Welcome to the San Diego Immunization Coalition (SDIC). 

The mission of SDIC is to increase immunization rates and improve the health of the residents of San Diego County by raising awareness and providing education about vaccine-preventable diseases.

Here you can find up-to-date, relevant information to support vaccinations and a healthier San Diego County.

NEXT ACTIVITIES

CANCELED THROUGH APRIL 2020

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Wed, Sep 18 event

 

COMMUNITY CALENDAR

 

TRAININGS

 

SCHOOL IMMUNIZATION LAW TRAININGS
 

The County of San Diego offers regional and onsite trainings to review required immunizations for child care and schools grades TK/K-12.

 

See School Page for more info.

 

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SAN DIEGO IMMUNIZATION REGISTRY (SDIR)

 

Thursdays 9 AM - 12 PM

3851 Rosecrans Street

 See Training page for more info 

PREVIOUS GENERAL MEETINGS

If you have information to share or would like to be considered as a future presenter on the topics, please email Eugene.Beronilla@sdcounty.ca.gov.

Go to Meetings page for more info

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IMMUNIZATION MESSAGING

These are examples of statements you can make to your family members, friends, co-workers, and patients.

"Pregnant women should get a flu vaccine at any time during a pregnancy, and then a Tdap vaccination at the start of the third trimester." 

The CDC highly recommends that women get Tdap (to protect against whooping cough) between 27-36 weeks of pregnancy. Other vaccines, like the flu shot, can be given before or during pregnancy. Click here for more information. 

This page was last reviewed  in Jan 2019