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Supplies and Logistics

Measles-Containing Vaccines (MCVs)

Measles is a highly contagious viral infection and one of the leading causes of under-five child mortality. However, despite available safe and cost-effective vaccines, measles prevalence is increasing with a surge in cases in the Americas and Europe, in addition to a significant number of outbreaks in different regions of the world. UNICEF provides new information on measles monovalent and measles and rubella combination vaccines, including supply, demand, and anticipated market developments through 2023. It highlights UNICEF's efforts to address continued demand forecast inaccuracies while ensuring supply availability amidst resurgent measles prevalence.

Measles-Containing Vaccines (MCVs) Supply and Demand Update – August 2019

Previous Updates

Measles and Measles and Rubella Facts Sheet – February 2019

Measles-containing vaccines (MCVs) market update - July 2015

Measles, Mumps and Rubella (MMR) Vaccine - January 2015

Measles-containing vaccines (MCVs) market update - May 2014

Measles-containing vaccines (MCVs) market update - December 2013



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