In the long term, several new vaccines may be introduced, including varicella, writes Journalen.
The application comes from a report sent by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (FHI) to the Ministry of Health and Care.
FHI recommends a completely new national vaccination program for adults.
The goal is for adults who have not taken vaccines for children to be able to get them. In addition, those who received them will receive regular snacks to maintain the effect. Fresh, older than 65 years, the program also offers vaccinations against pneumococci.
According to FHI, these activities will result in fewer visits and fewer antibiotics.
Not all vaccines for children provide protection of life. Therefore, it is recommended that all adults take every 10 years a vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and polio.
FHI emphasizes that this applies to all adults, not just those who think about traveling abroad.
Refreshing doses are important both for their individual protection, but also for maintaining high immunity in the population.
As it is now, it is up to the individual to monitor their own vaccinations and to determine when there is a need for supplementation. There is also a cost that must be borne by the person.
FHI writes on its websites that with the low vaccination coverage of the disease we currently have control over in Norway, such as polio and diphtheria, they can return.
Here you can check your vaccines
If you are unsure about when to take a vaccine and if you need a refreshing dose, check all vaccines in the healthcare service at helsenorge.no
You will find it in the same place as services for other health care services, such as prescriptions.
You can check the status of the vaccine for yourself and your own children under the age of 16.
The information is based on vaccinations that the doctor, family doctor or vaccination center has recorded in the national vaccination register.