- Vaccination against the flu
- Nasal flu vaccine (for children aged 2-18)
- Vaccination against tick-borne encephalitis
- Vaccination against cervical cancer
- Vaccination against measles, mumps and rubella (as of 12 months old)
- Vaccination against typhus (as of 2 y/o)
- Vaccination against chickenpox (as of 12 months old)
- Vaccination against poliomyelitis
- Vaccination against pneumococcal disease
- Vaccination against meningococcal disease
- Vaccination against rabies (upon ordering vaccine)
- Vaccination against yellow fever
- Vaccination against diphtheria, tetanus, whooping cough
- Vaccination against hepatitis B
- Vaccination against hepatitis A
- Vaccination against hepatitis A and B (>16 y/o)
- Travel consultation
Nasal flu vaccine (for children aged 2-18)See available time slots
The flu is an acute viral infection that usually spreads through droplets released by sneezing or coughing. Infants (0-5 years) are in a risk group because the flu often causes complications in children, the most common of which are bacterial ear infections. Therefore, we strongly recommend that children from the age of 6 months be vaccinated against the flu every autumn.
Vaccination against flu for children:
- helps prevent illness in family members (especially important if there are children under 6 months old in the family);
- protects grandparents from getting the flu;
- reduces medical visits, need for antibiotic courses and hospital admissions.
There are various options for vaccination, such as the regular injectable flu vaccine and the new nasal flu vaccine for children, the administration of which is much more convenient for the child.
We will make notes on all vaccinations performed with us in your vaccination passport. If necessary, we will issue a new passport.
Service: Nasal flu vaccine (for children aged 2-18)