In the longer term, several new vaccines can be introduced, including against varicella, writes Journalen.
The proposal contains a report submitted by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (FHI) to the Ministry of Health and Care.
FHI recommends an entirely new national adult vaccination program.
The goal is for adults who have not taken any childhood vaccines to get them. In addition, those who receive them will offer regular refreshments in order to maintain the effect. Fresh, over 65 years old, the program will also provide coverage with pneumonia.
According to the FHI, measures will reduce the number of visits and reduce the use of antibiotics.
Vaccination of all children does not provide life-protection. It is therefore recommended that every adult take vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and childhood paralysis every ten years.
FHI emphasizes that this applies to all adults, not just those who are thinking about traveling abroad.
Refreshing doses are important both for their own individual protection and for maintaining high immunity in the population.
As today, an individual needs to monitor his or her own vaccination and determine when to complete it. There is also a cost that an individual needs.
The FHI on its website points out that, with the low vaccination of vaccine diseases that we now have in Norway, such as poliomy and diphtheria, they can return back.
You can check vaccines here
If you are uncertain about taking the vaccine and if you need a refreshing dose, check all your vaccines in the health service at helsenorge.no
Here you will find yourself in the same place as services for other health services, such as recipes.
You can check the vaccine status yourself and your children under 16 years of age.
The data are based on vaccination registered by a healthcare professional, general practitioner or vaccination center in the national vaccination register.