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World Animal Vaccination Day: Celebrating veterinarians and protecting our animals

Every April 20th marks World Animal Vaccination Day, which is an initiative of HealthforAnimals and the World Veterinary Association. A moment to raise awareness about the importance of keeping animals’ vaccinations up to date, as well as to recognize the great work of veterinarians. From urban clinics to rural farms, these dedicated professionals play a crucial role in administering vaccines and preventing the spread of diseases. 

Protection of ruminants through vaccination is a key pillar of sustainable farming. Vaccination ensures not only the health and welfare of the animals, but also has a significant impact on public health through reduction in the use of antimicrobials. 

Vaccination as the first defence for our animals and us

In so many ways, the health of humans and animals are inextricably linked. The scientific community knows that we can protect people against zoonotic diseases by first protecting animals. An example is Q Fever. Caused by Coxiella burnetii, this disease is a highly contagious zoonosis, that also has a strong negative impact on the health and reproductive performance of ruminant herds.  Q Fever vaccination is crucial. Ceva has developed a unique vaccine against Q Fever. Coxevac has proven efficacy in reducing clinical signs and shedding of the bacteria by ruminants. By controlling the disease in animals, the vaccine also reduces the risk of transmission to humans. 

Ceva committed to animal healthcare

At Ceva, we are more than just a company committed to #animalhealth but a company that plays a crucial role in preserving the health of all: animals, humans, and our planet. 

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