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MANDATORY VACCINATION SCHEDULE IN SERBIA

 

According to the law on mandatory vaccination and immunisation, it is necessary, at enrolment or reenrolment, to submit a copy of your child’s VACCINATION CERTIFICATE, which is an official medical document issued at first vaccination.

 

According to the Mandatory Vaccination Schedule of the Republic of Serbia, by the age of two, your child should be vaccinated or revaccinated against the following diseases:

 

  • TUBERCULOSIS (BCG vaccine)
  • DIPHTHERIA (first, second, third dose and first revaccination)
  • TETANUS (first, second, third dose and first revaccination)
  • WHOOPING COUGH (first, second, third dose and first revaccination)
  • POLIOMYELITIS (first, second, third dose and first revaccination)
  • MEASLES
  • MUMPS
  • RUBELLA
  •  HAEMOPHILUS INFLUENZAE type B (first, second and third dose)

 

According to the Mandatory Vaccination Schedule of the Republic of Serbia, by the age of seven, in addition to the above-listed diseases, you child should be vaccinated against the following:

 

  • DIPHTHERIA (second revaccination)
  • TETANUS (second revaccination)
  • POLIOMYELITIS (second revaccination)
  • MEASLES (revaccination)
  • MUMPS (revaccination)
  • RUBELLA (revaccination) 

 

According to the Mandatory Vaccination Schedule of the Republic of Serbia, by the age of twelve, in addition to the above-listed diseases, you child should be vaccinated against the following:

 

HEPATITIS B (Vaccination of children who were not vaccinated according to the schedule of 0, 1, 6 months)

 

According to the Mandatory Vaccination Schedule of the Republic of Serbia, by the age of fourteen, in addition to the above-listed diseases, you child should be vaccinated against the following:

 

  • DIPHTHERIA (third revaccination)
  • TETANUS (third revaccination)
  • POLIOMYELITIS (third revaccination)