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Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis to Prioritize the Introduction of New Vaccines in Indonesia by Using the Framework of the Strategic Multi-attribute Ranking Tool for Vaccines

Conclusions: According to the priority list of World Health Organization (WHO), PCV, rotavirus and HPV vaccines are categorized as high priority vaccines, while JE vaccine is categorized as a low priority vaccine. The results of this study confirmed that PCV, rotavirus and HPV vaccine should be more prioritized than JE.

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