In the long term, several new vaccines can be applied, including fighting chickenpox, Journalen writes.
The proposal came in a report sent by the Norwegian Public Health Institute (FHI) to the Ministry of Health and Care.
FHI recommends a completely new national adult vaccination program.
The goal is for adults who have not taken a baby vaccine to get it. In addition, those who have received them will be offered regular refreshments to maintain the effect. Fresh older than 65 years, this program will also offer vaccination coverage against pneumococci.
According to FHI, measures will lead to fewer visits and fewer antibiotic use.
Not all child vaccinations provide lifelong protection. It is therefore recommended that all adults take vaccines against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis and polio every ten years.
FHI emphasized that this applies to all adults, not just those who have thought about traveling abroad.
Dosing refreshments are important both for the protection of their own individuals, but also for maintaining high immunity in the population.
As of now, it's up to individuals to monitor their own vaccinations and to find out when there is a need for filling. There are also costs that must be taken by individuals.
FHI wrote on its website that at low vaccination coverage, the diseases we control in Norway today, such as polio and diphtheria, can return.
Here you can check your vaccine
If you are unsure when taking a vaccine and if you might need a refreshing dose, check all your vaccines in health care services at helsenorge.no
You will find it in the same place as services for other health services, such as recipes.
You can check vaccine status for yourself and your own children under the age of 16.
This information is based on vaccinations that health practitioners, general practitioners or vaccination centers have registered on the national vaccination list.