Japanese encephalitis vaccine is a vaccine that protects against Japanese encephalitis the vaccines are more than 90% effective. How long this protection lasts are not clear but its effectiveness appears to decrease over time. Doses are given either by injection into a muscle or just under the skin. Extra doses are not typically needed in areas where the disease is common. In those with HIV/AIDS or those who are pregnant an inactivated vaccine should be used. Note: - It may also not be recommended if you're pregnant or breastfeeding, due to the theoretical risk of problems resulting from the vaccine being passed to your baby.
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