Norwegian adults will be given regular vaccines against cough and tetanus.
In the long run, several new vaccines can be implemented, among others against varicella, the journal Journalen writes.
The proposal comes in a report presented by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health (FHI) to the Ministry of Health and Care. FHI recommends a whole new national vaccination program for adults.
The goal is for adults who have not taken childhood vaccines to get them. In addition, regular recipients will be offered regular recipes to keep the effect. Freshly older than 65 years, the program will also provide vaccination coverage against pneumococcus.
According to the FHI, the measures will lead to fewer visits and less use of antibiotics.