VACCINATION
 Vaccination is one of the most effective ways to prevent diseases. A vaccine helps the body’s immune system to recognize and fight pathogens like viruses or bacteria, which then keeps us safe from the diseases they cause. Vaccines protect against more than 25 debilitating or life-threatening diseases, including tuberculosis, rota viral diarrhea, pneumonia, measles, polio, tetanus, diphtheria, meningitis, influenza, tetanus, typhoid and cervical cancer etc.

Vaccine should be given to newborn, children, teenagers, adolescent, adult & old age persons accordingly their age.
Oral vaccine
Oral  polio vaccine 
Rotavirus vaccine 
Injectable vaccine 
BCG, DPT+Hib+IPV+Hep B, Pneumococcal, Flu, MMR, Typhoid conjugate, Meningococcal conjugate, Hepatitis A, Chickenpox, DPT. HPV.
VACCINATION SCHEDULE
At Birth vaccine
 ▪︎OPV
 ▪︎BCG
 ▪︎Hep B
6, 10 & 14 weeks vaccine
▪︎DTP+Hep B+ Hib+IPV (SIX in One)
▪︎Pneumococcal conjugate 
▪︎ Rotavirus
6 & 7 months 
 ▪︎Influenza 
 ▪︎ OPV
9 months 
 ▪︎ OPV
 ▪︎ MMR
 ▪︎ Meningococcal conjugate 
10 months 
 ▪︎ Typhoid conjugate 
 1 year 1st B'day
 ▪︎ Hepatitis A
 ▪︎ Meningococcal conjugate 
15 months 
 ▪︎ MMR
 ▪︎Chickenpox ( Vericella)
16 - 18 months 
 ▪︎ OPV
 ▪︎ DTP+Hib+IPV Booster
 ▪︎ Pneumococcal conjugate Booster 
 ▪︎ Chickenpox 2
2 year
 ▪︎ Typhoid conjugate 
 ▪︎ Meningococcal conjugate 
Annually 
 Influenza vaccine 
4.5 - 5 Years
 ▪︎ OPV
 ▪︎ DTP Booster
 ▪︎MMR 3
 ▪︎Chickenpox 2
10 years
 ▪︎Tdap
 ▪︎ HPV ( Cervical cancer) ONLY for GIRLS 
      2 Doses for 9 to 14 years age after that 3 doses.
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