1058 APPENDIX III–VACCINE INJURY TABLE Appendix III Vaccine Injury Table Applies Only to Petitions for Compensation Filed under the National Vaccine Injury Compensation Program on or after March 21, 2017 (a) In accordance with section 312(b) of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986 (NCVIA), Title III of Public Law 99-660, 100 Stat. 3779 (42 USC 300aa-1 note) and section 2114(c) of the Public Health Service Act, as amended (PHS Act) (42 USC 300aa- 14(c)), the following is a table of vaccines, the injuries, disabilities, illnesses, conditions, and deaths resulting from the administration of such vaccines, and the time period in which the first symptom or manifestation of onset or of the significant aggravation of such injuries, disabilities, illnesses, conditions, and deaths is to occur after vaccine administration for purposes of receiving compensation under the Program. Paragraph (b) of this section sets forth additional provisions that are not separately listed in this Table but that constitute part of it. Paragraph (c) of this section sets forth the qualifications and aids to interpretation for the terms used in the Table. Conditions and injuries that do not meet the terms of the qualifications and aids to interpretation are not within the Table. Paragraph (d) of this section sets forth a glossary of terms used in paragraph (c). Vaccine Illness, Disability, Injury, or Condition Covered Time Period for First Symptom or Manifestation of Onset or of Significant Aggravation After Vaccine Administration I. Vaccines containing tetanus toxoid (eg, DTaP, DTwP, DT, Td, or TT) A. Anaphylaxis B. Brachial neuritis ≤4 hours 2–28 days (not less than 2 days and not more than 28 days) C. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours D. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour II. Vaccines containing whole cell pertussis bacteria, extracted or partial cell pertussis bacteria, or specific pertussis antigen(s) (eg, DTwP, DTaP, P, DTP-Hib) A. Anaphylaxis ≤4 hours B. Encephalopathy or en- cephalitis ≤72 hours C. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours D. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour III. Vaccines containing measles, mumps, and rubella virus or any of its components (eg, MMR, MM, MMRV) A. Anaphylaxis B. Encephalopathy or en- cephalitis ≤4 hours 5–15 days (not less than 5 days and not more than 15 days) C. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours D. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour
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