Regular vaccines against adult cough and tetanus will be offered.
In the long term, a number of new vaccines, as well as a number of new anti-chicken pox, can be placed in the Journal.
The proposal was presented by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (FHI) in a report to the Ministry of Health and Care. FHI recommends a brand new national adult vaccine program.
The goal is for adults not receiving baby vaccines. In addition, those who have received them, will be offered catering regularly to maintain the effect. Fresh over 65 years, the program will also provide vaccination against pneumococci.
According to FHI, the measures will lead to fewer visits and less antibiotic use.