Vaccination Policy: It is a health policy that the government adopts for the process of vaccination. Vaccination policies have been developed over the approximately two centuries since the invention of vaccinations with the motive of suppress disease from, or boost a strong immunity system for, the population the government wants to protect. When EPI was established over 40 years ago, its main focus was on vaccinating infants with a limited number of traditional vaccines. Today the vaccine world has changed completely When EPI was established over 40 years ago, its focus was on vaccinating infants with a limited number of traditional vaccines. Today the vaccine world has changed dramatically.
Regulatory Affairs: Although the European Medicines Agency (EMA) and the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United States Food and Drug Administration (USFDA), already must established a Regulatory framework for the guideline for vaccines, the other region across the world are still at a nascent period in creating a Regulatory framework for vaccines at a national level in their own countries. As regulatory compliance for all vaccines requires some special sets of hands-on functional experience and Regulatory expertise knowledge, organizations may find it challenging to navigate through the global Regulatory framework for Vaccines.