Eurosurveillance

ECDC

Russia

 

 

The national vaccination calender

[21.08.09]

 

 Age

 Vaccine

 At birth Vaccine against hepatitis B (HepB)
 3-7 days

 Vaccine against tuberculosis (BCG)        
                                                                                                                              

 1 month HepB (children from risk groups)
 2 months HepB (children from risk groups)
 3 months HepB, Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (DTaP), polio (IPV)
 4,5 months DTaP, IPV
 6 months HepB, DTaP, IPV
 12 months HepB (children from risk groups), Measles, mumps, rubella (MMR)
 18 months DTaP (booster dose), Live oral polio vaccine (OPV)
 20 months OPV
 6 years MMR (booster dose)
 6-7 years Diphtheria, tetanus (booser dose)
 7 years BCG (booster dose)
 14 years DTaP (booster), BCG (booster), OPV
 Adults from 18 years Diphtheria, tetanus (booster dose every 10 years)
 Children at age 1-17, adults at age 18-55 not vaccinated previously HepB
 Children at age 1-17 who have not had rubella, did not receive vaccine against rubella or were vaccinated once; girls at age 18-25 who have not had rubella, did not receive vaccine against rubella Vaccine against rubella
 Children at pre-school, pupils of 1-11 grade, students, some gropus of adults (medicine, education, trasport, etc.), adults over 60 years old    Vaccine against influenza
 Teenagers and adults under 35 years who have not had measles and did not receive vaccine against measles and contacts from clusters of disease who have not had measles and did not receive vaccine - without age limits Vaccine against measles

Source: Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Well-being (Rospotrebnadzor), Moscow, Russia, 2009