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  1. Which vaccines are children offered and when?

    Overview of when the child is offered the various of vaccines in the Norwegian Childhood Immunization Program.

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  2. Vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough and poliomyelitis

  3. Vaccine against tuberculosis

  4. Vaccine against cervical cancer (HPV vaccine)

  5. Vaccine against measles, mumps and rubella (MMR vaccine)

  6. Vaccine against pneumococcal disease

  7. Vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough, poliomyelitis, Hib infection and hepatitis B

  8. Vaccine against rotavirus

    Rotavirus is the cause of approximately half of the cases of diarrhoea and vomiting among infants and toddlers. The virus spreads very easily.

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  9. Before and after vaccination

    Before vaccination, the public health nurse will ask whether the child is healthy or has reacted to previous vaccines. Most children show little or no reactions after vaccination.

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  10. Why is it important to vaccinate?

    Vaccination activates the immune system without becoming ill. In this way, some of the most dangerous infectious diseases can be prevented in a simple and effective way.

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  11. Lyme borreliosis (Lyme disease)

    Lyme borreliosis is the most common tick-borne disease in Norway and Europe. Borreliosis is caused by the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi sensu lato that can be transmitted by tick bites.

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  12. 100 million Norwegian kroner for Zika research

    The research consortium ZIKAlliance is going to receive 100 million kroners (€11.9M) from the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme.

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  13. New study confirms successful LA-MRSA strategy for pig herds

    Norway is the only country to have a "search and destroy" strategy against LA-MRSA among pig herds. A study shows that pig farm workers are the main infection source.

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  14. Zika fever - pregnant women advised against travel to Miami-Dade County, Florida

    Developments in the Zika situation in Florida have led to updated travel advice. Pregnant women are now being advised not to travel to the entire Miami-Dade county.

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  15. Pregnant women advised not to travel to Miami, USA

    Pregnant women are now being advised not to travel to Miami and people who have been to Miami should take precautions on their return.

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  16. Meningococcal disease

    This brochure gives information about meningococcal disease, with practical advice about what to do if a child or young person falls ill with fever.

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  17. Zika virus infection in Norway - test result updates

    To date, 30 countries have ongoing outbreaks or an increasing incidence of Zika virus infection. Blood samples from 222 individuals have been tested at the Norwegian Institute of Public Health.

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  18. Decline in HIV cases in Norway in 2015

    221 new cases of HIV were diagnosed in Norway in 2015, a decline from 249 cases in 2014. The main decline is among men who have sex with men (MSM).

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  19. How many children were vaccinated in 2015?

    More and more children in Norway are being vaccinated and now the vast majority of children and adolescents have taken the vaccines recommended in the Childhood Immunisation Programme.

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  20. Zika fever - questions and answers

    The Norwegian Institute of Public Health has prepared a list of questions and answers about the Zika virus, transmission routes and protection.

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