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Vaccinating children

The body of each child is protected by their immune system. It is in our power to strengthen this system even more, taking into account the characteristics of a child’s immune system.

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Vaccination of adults

An average adult is exposed to thousands of pathogens daily. The immune system, which works continuously and imperceptibly, protects the body from those pathogens.

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For healthcare workers

Healthcare workers professionals play a very important role in conducting vaccination. The information and explanations received from them affect people's decisions, and the feedback and statistics collected help direct vaccination policies.

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Travel vaccination

In order to avoid infectious diseases, travellers to risk areas should turn to their own family physician or travel medicine office at least 4 weeks before the trip, for a medical examination and, if necessary, to get vaccinated.

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Travel vaccination

vaktsiinIn order to avoid infectious diseases, travellers to risk areas should turn to their own family physician or travel medicine office at least 4 weeks before the trip, for a medical examination and, if necessary, to get vaccinated. Information on other preventive measures (e.g. hygiene rules, medications) is also available from the aforementioned sources. It is worth bearing in mind that in the case of several vaccines, it will take some time before immunity is acquired. For example, when visiting yellow fever risk areas in Africa and South America, travellers should be vaccinated against yellow fever at least 10 days before the start of their trip.

 

Every passenger should know if they have been vaccinated according to the vaccination schedule of their year of birth. A traveller should be vaccinated against mumps, measles and rubella with two doses of the MMR vaccine, poliomyelitis (infantile paralysis), and should have been (re)vaccinated against diphtheria and tetanus within the past 10 years.

 

Additional preventive measures (including vaccination and prophylaxis recommendations, prevention of insect bites) arise from the epidemiological situation in the country of destination.

Vaccination recommendations also depend on what type of a trip is planned and its duration. Based on the aforementioned and the risk of infection, travels are divided into four groups:

Travel medical consultation / office locations

 

Travel medicine consultancy

 

Tallinn:

Lääne-Tallinna Keskhaigla Merimetsa Infectious Diseases Clinic

Paldiski mnt 62, Tel 659 8594 (information and ja pre-registration)

 https://www.keskhaigla.ee/kliinikud/nakkuskliinik/vaktsineerimine/

 

Confido Private Medical Clinic

Veerenni 53a, 4th floor, Tallinn

Tel: +372 6299 277

info [at] confido.ee  

Time booking: https://www.confido.ee/en/book-an-appointment/

 

Qvalitas Medical Centre

Tallinn, Pärnu mnt 102c

Tel 6 501 500 (pre-registration)

https://www.qvalitas.ee/en/private/vaktsineerimine-reisimeditsiin-2 

 

Sinu Arst Health Centre

Tallinn, Narva mnt 7, I entrance/3th floor

Tel 6 616 036 (pre-registration)

 

Tartu:

Tartu University Hospital

Tartu, Puusepa 8 cabinet J1116.

Pre-registration tel 7319 100.

 

Pärnu:

SA Pärnu Hospital

Ristiku 1, cabinet C110

Registration tel. 447 3300

 

Kohtla-Järve:

IVKH Travel medicine cabinet

Tervise 1a, Kohtla-Järve

Puru Polikliinik, cabinet  H2022

Tel. 3378 755

Registration 3322 188

Vaccination takes place on Thursday.

 

Jõhvi:

Travel medicine cabinet

Jaama street 34, Jõhvi, 1th floor, cabinet nr 19.

Information and registration tel: 3331105; 5843466.