On risk groups The influenza vaccine should be given to children between 6 and 24 months, pregnant women, persons over 65 years of age and persons with chronic illness. In this case, and due to caution, babies will not be vaccinated because the campaign takes place outdoors.
People who are in a risk group do not require a prescription to get the flu vaccine, because within the health team is a doctor who can prove it at the time.
NEUMOCOCO, RUBEOL AND MEASURES
In addition, the National Vaccination Campaign also includes doses of pneumococci, rubella and measles for those who have not completed the program or are in a risk group.
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