A new vaccination сalendar for the children has been approved. The calendar comes into force on 1st January, 2018. The calendar changes are made regarding the vaccine against hepatitis – it will not be made to the newborn. Vaccination against hepatitis B is suggested to be carried out in three steps: at 2 months, 4 months and 12 months.
“Vaccination is one of the important measures in the field of public health and is carried out for the prevention of severe infectious diseases, reducing the mortality in the world,” reports the Government.
|2 months||DTPa + IPV + Hib + HB|
|4 months||DTPa + IPV + Hib + HB|
|12 months||DTPa + IPV + Hib + HB|
|5 years||dTpa + IPV|
VPH (only girls)
|15 years||dTpa + IPV|
HB: hepatitis B
DTPa: diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough
Hib: Hemophilus infection type B
Men B: Meningococcus type B
MCC: Conjugated vaccine against meningococcus type C
Nc13v: Conjugated pneumococcal vaccine
TV: triple measles, rubyol and mumps vaccine
VPH: human papillomavirus