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This section contains information aimed at healthcare providers, public health employees, and other health workers.
The Division of Public Health’s (DPH) Communicable Disease Regulations mandate that all immunizations that are administered in the State of Delaware must be reported to the DPH Immunization Information System, known as DelVAX. To request assistance in this or to obtain the proper procedures please call the Delaware Immunization Program office.
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