Immunization means protection. The most effective and safe way to protect children from contagious diseases is by vaccination.
Vaccines are considered a breakthrough in preventive medicine. Vaccines protect your child’s health by preventing them from contracting severe contagious diseases.
All routine vaccines given at Tipat Halav family care centers and at schools are free of charge.
Routine vaccines provided for babies and children
The vaccines currently provided for babies and children at
Tipat Halav family care centers as part of the routine vaccination program are:
Vaccine against Measles-Mumps-Rubella (German measles) + Varicella (chicken pox) [MMRV]
Vaccine against pneumococcus bacteria [PCV]
Vaccine against Hepatitis B
Vaccine against Hepatitis A
Vaccine against Rotavirus
The vaccines given at
Haemophilus influenzae B
3rd dose + bOPV Polio vaccine
The number of doses (1 or 2) depends on age and vaccination history
bOPV Polio vaccine
6 years(1st grade)
7 years (2nd grade)
8 years(3rd grade)
13 years(8th grade)