VACCINATION AND HEALTH SCREEN: 4 YEARS OLD

IPV vaccine protects against polio.

DTaP vaccine protects against diphtheria, pertussis (whooping cough) and tetanus

MMR vaccine protects against mumps, measles and rubella

Varicella vaccine protects against Chickenpox

13 thoughts on “VACCINATION AND HEALTH SCREEN: 4 YEARS OLD

  1. Thank you for the information. I don’t think we have those vaccine in Nigeria. My children stopped their immunization at 9months. Unless it is those vaccine that nurses go house to house to give to children under 5years

  2. plss nurse 👩‍⚕️ how many doses of IPV are required and how long does the IPV vaccine last
    Thank u ma 🙏

  3. Hnmm very interesting to know, about all this precautions, thank you so much ma’am, but with all this Vaccines why do people still suffer from many diseases or illness knowing well that they have been vaccinated during child hood. My daughter had all the Vaccines when she was a child & now she is still having a funny type of skin rash why is it do ma’am.???

  4. Good evening ma’am once again thank you for sharing with us this wonderful information.

    My questions are;

    1) Is IPV different from OPV?

    2) What happens when a child don’t get these vaccines at 4years?.

  5. Good day precious Angel of life. Pls what advice would you give to a parent who is starting the vaccination of her child late say 4 to 5years. Thanks so much for the enlightenment your page is bringing to us especially those of us here in Nigeria. LOVE YOU!💕

  6. Thanks a lot for this information ma’am.
    I’m glad to learn this.

    Sadly most of these vaccines are not obtainable here. Most babies vaccines, like the ones given to my kids, either stop at 9 months or highest 15 months.
    Our healthcare system still has a very long way to go.

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