Rubella is a contagious viral infection occurring most often in children between 5 and 9 years with the disease usually not apparent. The goal of the study is to collect blood samples from vaccinated or newly infected persons so as to extract blood markers and integrate them into reactive kits. If you have not been vaccinated or have not caught the disease, you will be vaccinated against rubella. There are 8 visits scheduled, spaced at 5 days of interval. A blood bag will be taken during the last visit. The vaccine used is the one on sale in pharmacies.
Duration: 1 month
Man and women from 17 to 60 years of age
Not vaccinated against Rubella
No blood donation in last 3 months
Weighing more than 50kg