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► COVID Vaccine: Everyone 12 and older is eligible to get the vaccine against Covid-19. The time interval between two doses of the Covishield vaccine has been extended from four-eight weeks to 12-16 weeks. The second dose of Covaxin can be taken four to six weeks after the first.SERUM Group has come up with booster or precaution dose.
► Influenza Vaccine: Once yearly to (Fluarix Tetra) prevent influenza.
► Prevner / Pneumovax: To prevent pneumonia and should be taken in 5 years interval.
► HepatitIs B Vaccine: To prevent Hepatitis B. The schedule for hepatitis B is flexible, but minimal intervals and minimum ages need to be observed: There should be at least 4 weeks between doses 1 and 2, and at least 8 weeks between doses 2 and 3. The minimum interval for the overall series from dose 1 to final dose is 4 months (16 weeks).
► Hepatitis A Vaccine: : To prevent Hepatitis A infection. Hepatitis A vaccine is administered by injection into the muscle of the upper arm. Two separate shots of 0.5 ml for children and 1 ml for adults are required and should be given 6 to 12 months apart (Havrix) or 6 to 18 months apart (Vaqta). Hepatitis A vaccine may be given at the same time as other vaccines.
► Menectra: To prevent Meningitis. Single dose.
► Gardasil Vaccine: 3 Doses - 0 – 1 - 6 months to prevent Cervical cancer in females aged between 16 and 26 years.
► Chicken Pox Vaccine: 2 Doses.
► MMR: To prevent from Mumps, Measles and Rubella Infection. 2 Doses