Valencia Region children will receive chickenpox vaccine

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HEALTH authorities in Valencia have agreed to include the chickenpox vaccine on the vaccination calendar for children.

The cost of vaccination will mean an expenditure of around €6 million, with children receiving a first dose of the vaccine aged between 12 and 15 months and a second aged three and four years.

The move follows continuous calls from paediatricians to include the vaccine in the schedule considering it is a disease with a high risk of contagion. 


The decision was not unanimous with communities governed by the PSOE expressing dissatisfaction with this measure saying it was not justified by some scientific societies.


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