Vaccination for children and adolescents
Information for parents about the Norwegian Childhood Immunisation Programme, reasons to vaccinate, considerations to take and information about possible side effects.
News and research findings
No increased risk of chronic fatigue syndrome after HPV vaccination
Girls receiving one or more doses of HPV vaccine have no greater risk of chronic fatigue syndrome/myalgic encephalomyelitis (CFS / ME) than unvaccinated girls.
Record high vaccination coverage of two-year-olds in 2016
More children are being vaccinated and the vast majority of children and young people are taking the vaccines recommended in the Norwegian Childhood Immunisation Programme.
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.
About the HPV vaccine in the Childhood Immunisation Programme
The brochure provides information on cervical cancer and how the HPV vaccine protects young girls against the illness later in life.
About the rotavirus vaccine in the Childhood Immunisation Programme
When the rotavirus vaccine was introduced in the Childhood Immunisation Programme in autumn 2014, a brochure was issued for parents with information about the disease and the vaccine.
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