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Mandatory vaccines for children


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Question:

- At the age of two, does my little girl have to get a vaccine?

Answer:

NATIONAL SCHEME FOR COMPULSORY VACCINATORS

In motherhood:

hepatitis B (AHB) vaccination
tuberculosis vaccination (BCG)
At 2 months:

hepatitis B vaccine (AHB)
polio vaccination (VPOT)
vaccine antifungal, antitetanic, antipertusis (DTP)

At 4 months:

polio vaccination (VPOT)
vaccine antifungal, antitetanic, antipertusis (DTP)

At 6 months:

hepatitis B (AHB) vaccination
polio vaccination (VPOT)
vaccine antifungal, antitetanic, antipertusis (DTP)

At 12 months:

polio vaccination (VPOT)
vaccine antifungal, antitetanic, antipertusis (DTP)

At 12-15 months:

measles vaccination (AR)

At 30-35 months:

vaccine antifungal, antitetanic, antipertusis (DTP)

At 7 years:

measles vaccination (AR)
antifungal, anti-tetanus (DT) vaccination

At 9:

polio vaccination (VPOT)

At 13:

tuberculosis vaccination (BCG)

At 14:

antifungal, antitetanic (DT) vaccination.

Therefore, at the age of 2 years (24 months), no mandatory vaccine is provided; the next vaccination will be done at 30-35 months (DTP). Until then, your family doctor / pediatrician may recommend other optional vaccinations such as flu vaccination, which is usually done at the beginning of the cold season, in October-November.

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