1060 APPENDIX III–VACCINE INJURY TABLE Vaccine Illness, Disability, Injury, or Condition Covered Time Period for First Symptom or Manifestation of Onset or of Significant Aggravation After Vaccine Administration —Vaccine-strain virus identified Not applicable —If strain determination is not performed or if laboratory testing is inconclusive 7–42 days (not less than 7 days and not more than 42 days) C. Varicella vaccine-strain viral reactivation Not applicable D. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours E. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour XI. Rotavirus vaccines A. Intussusception 1–21 days (not less than 1 day and not more than 21 days) XII. Pneumococcal conjugate vaccines A. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours B. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour XIII. Hepatitis A vaccines A. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours B. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour XIV. Seasonal influenza vaccines A. Anaphylaxis ≤4 hours B. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours C. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour D. Guillain-Barré syndrome 3–42 days (not less than 3 days and not more than 42 days) XV. Meningococcal vaccines A. Anaphylaxis ≤4 hours B. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours C. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour XVI. Human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines A. Anaphylaxis ≤4 hours B. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours C. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour XVII. Any new vaccine recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for routine administration to children, after publication by the Secretary of a notice of coverage A. Shoulder injury related to vaccine administration ≤48 hours B. Vasovagal syncope ≤1 hour (b) Provisions that apply to all conditions listed. (1) Any acute complication or sequela, including death, of the illness, disability, injury, or
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