Adult Norwegians will be offered regular vaccinations against cough and tetanus.
In the long run, many new vaccines can be put in place, among others against chickenpox, Journalen magazine writes.
The proposal is included in a report submitted by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (FHI) to the Ministry of Health and Care. The FHI is a completely new vaccination program for adults.
The goal is for adults who have not received infant vaccines to be able to take them. In addition, those who have received them will be offered regular refreshments to keep the result. Fresh over age 65, the program will also offer vaccination coverage against pneumococci.
According to the FHI, measures will lead to fewer visits and less antibiotic use.