The Ministry of health proposed to expand the national immunization schedule

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the Russian Ministry of health proposes to expand the national immunization schedule. It is reported RIA Novosti with reference to Deputy Minister of health Sergey Kraevoy.

“We propose to consider expanding the national calendar, incorporating a secondary infection. It is primarily a vaccination for all children, not just risk groups,” said Edge.

He added that it is about inclusion in the list of vaccination against human papillomavirus infection, meningococcal disease, varicella and rotavirus. Deputy health Minister noted that the development strategy of immunoprophylaxis of infectious diseases for the period until 2025 has been submitted to the government.

Earlier it was reported that the Deputy of the state Duma Boris Mendelevich sent to the Ministry of health request the inclusion of vaccination against papilloma virus in the program of free medical care. This idea was supported by chief oncologist of Ministry of health of the Russian Federation Andrey Kaprin.

Since January of this year, children aged six to seven years to make additional vaccination against pertussis. The second revaccination is included in the regional calendar of preventive vaccinations.

last week in the electronic medical record data on children’s vaccination. Now in the map are delivered to the child’s vaccinations. After following vaccination, the parent will receive the corresponding message on the phone.

In the 2019 first began to use vaccines fundamentally new drug. It protects against four flu viruses. A tetravalent vaccine is more effective and safe.

first and foremost, its employees receive medical, educational organisations, students, people with chronic diseases, recruits, pregnant women, children and senior citizens. In Rospotrebnadzor said that, if you are unable to get vaccinated with a tetravalent vaccine, you need to use a trivalent.

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