Vaccinations during adulthood
Most people who were raised in Germany, were vaccinated against the most severe illnesses during their childhood. Among those essential vaccinations are the following: tetanus, diphtheria, poliomyelitis, pertussis, measles, mumps, rubella, meningitis and hepatitis.
Many grown ups did not get the following vaccinations as a matter of routine: hepatitis, pertussis, measles and other infectious diseases.
Have you still got the records that document the vaccinations you received? Let us check whether you still need any vaccinations or booster inoculations, since not every vaccination provides lifelong protection.
The following vaccinations have to be repeated once in a while:
- tetanus and diphteria
- measles and mumps
- specific vaccinations when you travel to certain areas
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