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Esther

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  1. Short animations of all the infectious diseases in the Dutch NIP.
  2. Having an injection is not something most of us would choose to do. There has to be a good reason for this. And there is! For the last 3 years an increasing number of people have become ill due to meningococcal bacteria. This is a dangerous and infectious bacteria that is easily spread by coughing, sneezing and kissing. Luckily, you can protect yourself and others by being vaccinated with a simple injection. You are receiving this invitation because between 1 May and 31 December this year you will be aged 14.
  3. Brochure 'Get that jab against meningococcal disease'
  4. In 2017, about 760,000 children aged 0 to 19 years received a total of 2,140,000 vaccinations within the National Immunisation Programme. Participation in the National Immunisation Programme was high among children under 10 years of age, despite the drop by around 2-3% for most vaccinations since 2014. An exception in the high participation is the number of girls who were vaccinated against human papillomavirus (HPV), which has declined by 15% since 2016.
  5. To ensure that children receive maximum protection against these diseases, vaccinations are given in four steps. It is essential that children complete the vaccination cycle as scheduled. If your child has not been vaccinated as scheduled, you need to seek medical advice to ensure that your child receives adequate protection.
  6. In this brochure general information is given to young parents about the Dutch NIP. Together with an invitation for the first vaccination this brochure is sent to parents 6 weeks after birth.
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