Childhood vaccination test

2021-03-25 12:00 AM

Some vaccinations include 2 or more injections that must be given in enough doses to be effective in protecting the child against the disease.

Children's immunization today has become a national expansion program. All children born must be immunized against the major illnesses that have been included in the program. However, the parents

It is important to know about immunizations and when to make sure not to miss any vaccinations for your child. The vaccination schedule for children is as follows:

Age

Immunization shots

New-born

Tuberculosis (BCG), hepatitis B (if the mother carries HBV)

2 months

Diphtheria + Tetanus + Pertussis (DTP), Polio, Meningitis, Hepatitis B

3 months

Diphtheria + tetanus + pertussis (DTP), polio, meningitis, hepatitis B

4 months

Diphtheria + tetanus + pertussis (DTP), polio, meningitis

9 - 15 months

Measles + mumps + rubella (MMR), hepatitis B, chickenpox

35 years old

Whooping cough, polio, measles + mumps + rubella (MMR)

10-14 years old

Lao (BCG)

15-19 years old

Diphtheria, tetanus, polio

Some vaccinations include 2 or more injections that must be given in enough doses to be effective in protecting the child against the disease.