Question: can you please tell me about all vaccine with schedule
Answer: Hi Dear! Pls find the list below; Birth-BCG,OPV 0,Hep-B 1 6 weeks-DTwP 1,IPV ,Hep-B 2,Hib 1,Rotavirus 1,PCV 1 10 weeks-DTwP 2,IPV 2,Hib 2,Rotavirus 2 ,PCV 2 14 weeks-DTwP 3,IPV 3,Hib 3,Rotavirus 3 ,PCV 3 6 months- OPV 1, Hep-B 3 9 months- OPV 2, MMR 1 9-12 months- Typhoid Conjugate vaccine 12 months- Hep-A 1 15 months-MMR 2,Varicella 1 16-18 months- PCV Booster,DTwP B1/DTaP B1,IPV B1,Hib B1 18 months-Hep-A 2 2 years-Typhoid Booster 4 -6 years- DTwP B2/DTaP B2,OPV 3,Varicella 2,Typhoid Booster, 10- 12 years-Tdap/Td,HPV Hope this helps!
Question: Tell me about flu vaccine
Answer: Hello The flu vaccine protects children from influenza viruses that can cause serious illness and even death. Young children are especially vulnerable to these viruses. Children age 2 and younger who come down with the flu are the most likely to have serious complicationssuch as pneumonia. Most children need only one dose of the influenza vaccine. Kids 6 months through 8 years old who are being vaccinated for the first time, or who have previously received only one dose of vaccine, need two doses at least 28 days apart. It's important for children who need two doses to get the vaccine as soon as it becomes available to have more time for immunity to build up after the second dose is given.