(1) Given 0-12 hours after birth only to newborns of HbsAG-positive mothers or to mothers with unknown HbsAg status.
(2) Vaccination to all previously unvaccinated girls and re-vaccination of girls who have only been vaccinated once before.
(3) Given as a combined dT-IPV vaccination.
(4) A course of 3 doses given to all non-vaccinated adolescents.
Vaccine against rotavirus infection introduced from January, 1, 2011
Vaccine against human papilloma virus introduced from September, 1, 2010
Vaccine against pneumococcal infection PCV7 introduced in 2010, changed to PCV10 in 2012
The national vaccination programme
| At birth||Hepatitis B vaccine (HepB) (1)|
| 2-5 days||Bacillus Calmette-Guerin vaccine (BCG)|
| 2 months||Diphteria-tetanus-pertussis (DTaP), haemophilus influenza type b vaccinne (Hib), inactivated polio vaccine (IPV), HepB, pneumococcal heptavalent conjugate vaccine (PCV7), rotavirus vaccine (RTV)|
| 4 months||DTaP, Hib, IPV, HepB, PCV10, RTV|
| 6 months||DTaP, Hib, IPV, HepB, PCV10, RTV|
| 12 -15 months||DTaP, Hib, IPV, HepB, PCV10, measles-mumps-rubella vaccine (MMR), varicella vaccine (Var)|
| 7 years||DTaP, IPV, MMR|
| 12 years||MMR (2), human papilloma virus vaccine (HPV)|
| 14 years||IPV (3), HepB (4), tetanus-low dose diphteria vaccine (dT) (3)|
| Adults, every 5-10 years ||Td boosters|