More than 200,000 children under the age of five will be immunized against pneumonia, rotavirus, seasonal influenza, yellow fever, chicken pox and measles among other diseases during the National Vaccination Campaign "Begin with Vaccines" to be held on 24 and 25 November.
The day, organized by the Ministry of Health (Mingsa), aims to protect children and protect them from certain diseases for which 17 vaccines provided for under the National Vaccination Scheme are considered one of the most complete calendars. from the region of North and South America.
Minsa is inviting parents to go with their little children to hospitals, posts and health centers.
Vaccines are safe and quality certified by the World Health Organization (WHO). They have proven to be the most cost-effective intervention to prevent vaccine-preventable infectious diseases that protect all stages of life, above all the most vulnerable children and the elderly.
/ MR / NDP