Vaccination of Ukrainian refugees: Need for urgent action

The war in Ukraine led to a large influx of refugees to neighbouring countries, especially Poland. Therefore, scientists from Poland and Ukraine discuss the potential epidemiological threats related to the insufficient number of vaccinated refugees and their children against COVID-19, measles, pertussis, tetanus, and poliomyelitis. Scientists emphasize the need for educational campaigns to encourage refugees to vaccinate and to counter vaccine misinformation. The paper published in Clinical Infectious Diseases.