Kid vaccination in Ireland. I have one kid whose age is 14 month now. I have given all vaccination as per Indian vaccination schedule . but I am moving to Ireland. How can I continue in Ireland?
  • By Team TDO

Based upon the data provided by you, the only vaccination that is remaining as per the Ireland vaccination program is Meningococcal vaccine. The vaccine should be given at the age of 4 months, 6 months and at 13 months. Since your child is already 14 months old you can give the vaccine either before moving to Ireland or after reaching there.  

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