The National Vaccine Institute invites Thai citizens to receive "free vaccines" to boost their immunity.
On April 24, Nakor Premi, director of the National Institute of Vaccines (NSTDA), said that the World Health Organization requires every 24th – 30th April of the year. A vaccination campaign is running, which works in 2019: vaccines work! Thailand has introduced a systematic immunization plan since 1977. Currently, the Ministry of Health has provided 12 primary vaccines to increase the immunity of all target groups living in Thailand to both Thai and foreign children.
Dr. Nakorn said that for the 12 major vaccines, there is a vaccine against tuberculosis. B, hepatitis, pertussis, diphtheria, tetanus, polio, encephalitis, measles, rubella, mumps, HPV cervical cancer and hemophilia, influenza, B, or Hib vaccines in combined vaccines for the prevention of diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis-hepatitis B-Hib (DTP-HB-Hib)
Many parents may just know that Vaccines are a necessity for children. But in fact, the vaccine can prevent disease in adults who have not yet received 12 primary vaccines and also includes influenza vaccines that provide services in risk groups such as pregnant women of 4 months of age or older. Adult and medical and public health staff Therefore, all citizens should be aware of and pay attention to vaccination services over the centuries and in state hospitals free of charge. And keep the book with the vaccines to follow the vaccine according to the immunization plan
To finish, "Dr. Nakorn said.