Information to guide individual health assessment of refugees fleeing the war in Ukraine - Considerations for healthcare workers
The war in Ukraine will have direct and indirect health consequences on conflict affected people, including internally displaced people and refugees. Governments in countries receiving refugees are providing them with access to healthcare. This document aims to provide information to guide individual health assessment carried out by frontline health providers at border areas, reception centres, transit centres and individual clinics as well as national public health agencies/authorities in countries receiving refugees and third country nationals.
Support for countries neighbouring Ukraine
ECDC documents and external resources with information to support EU countries neighbouring Ukraine.Read more
Immunisation and vaccines
Vaccines represent one of the most effective and cost-saving public health intervention.Read more
ECDC cooperates with international partners, such as the World Health Organization and the centres for disease control and prevention (CDCs) across the globe.
ECDC also cooperates with EU candidate countries, potential candidate countries, and European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) countries.