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更新日:2016年3月1日

What Is a Vaccination?

A vaccination is a method of creating immunity against certain diseases by inoculating those who receive the vaccination with a vaccine to prevent or lighten the effects of illnesses. We should all get vaccinated in order to protect ourselves against infectious diseases and to prevent their spread.
Minato City conducts the following vaccinations.

Location

Designated medical facilities in Minato City

Cost

Free

The Pre-vaccination check sheet is required to receive vaccinations.
Minato City sends a check sheet to those who are eligible based on each vaccination schedule. If you do not receive the check sheet, please apply at the Public Health Disease Prevention Section of Minato Public Health Center.

If you moved into Minato City

After the city confirms your vaccination records, the city issues pre-vaccination check sheet. Children are required to bring the Maternal and Child Health Handbook and to receive the pre-vaccination check sheet. Please call or come to the Public Health and Disease Prevention Section in the Minato Public Health Center.

If you are moving out

Please contact the local government office of the address you are moving to.

Vaccinations for children

Type of Vaccination Eligible Ages

 

Standard ages for vaccinations and numbers of times When notifications will be sent

Hib: hamophilus influenza type b vaccine

Two-month-old to 59-month-old

Initial

Three vaccinations, separated by four-to eight-week intervals and from two to six months after  birth

Two-month-old

Booster

One vaccination seven to 13 months after completion of initial vaccination

PCV: pneumococcal vaccine for children

Two-month-old to 59-month-old

Initial

Three vaccinations, separated by intervals of 27 days or more and from two to six months after   birth

Two-month-old

Booster

One vaccination, 12 to 15 months after birth and 60 days or more after the initial three   vaccinations

BCG: tuberculosis

11-month-old

 

One vaccination between five months and less than eight months after birth

Three-month-old

DPT-IPV: a combination of four vaccines: diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus, and inactivated polio

Three to 89-month-old

First- period initial

Three vaccinations separated by three- to eight-week or 20- to 56-day intervals and from three to 12 months after birth

Three-month-old

First- period booster

One vaccination, given 12 to 18 months after the first-period initial vaccinations

18-month-old

DPT: a combination of three vaccines: diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus

Three to 89-month-old

First- period initial

Three vaccinations separated by three- to eight-week or 20- to 56-day intervals, and from three to 12 months after birth

 For children born after August 2012, the 4-in-1 Vaccine notice is mailed out. If interested, please contact the Public Health Center.

First- period booster

One vaccination, given 12 to 18 months after the first-period initial vaccinations

IPV: inactivated polio vaccine

 Three to 89-month-old

 Initial

Three vaccinations separated by three- to eight-week or 20- to 56-day intervals, and from three to 12 months after birth

Booster

One vaccination, given 12 to 18 months after the three initial vaccinations

DT: a combined vaccine for diphtheria and tetanus

From 11 to 12-year-old

Period 2

One vaccination at 11-year-old

11-year-old

MR: measles and rubella vaccine

12 to 23-month-old

Period 1

One vaccination, given as soon as possible one year after birth

One-year-old

Between five and six-year-old and between April and March of the year before entering elementary school

Period 2

One vaccination between five and less than seven years old and between April and March of the year before entering elementary school

In April before entering elementary school

VAR: varicella vaccine
※chicken pox

12 to 35-month-old

Initial

One vaccination between 12 and 15 months old

One-year-old

Booster

One vaccination given between 6 and 12 months after the initial vaccination

JE: Japanese encephalitis vaccine

From six to 89-month-old

First- period initial

Two vaccinations at three-year-old with the doses spaced six days to four weeks apart

Three-year-old

First- period booster

One vaccination at four-year-old after one year has passed since the first-period initial   vaccinations

Four-year-old

From nine to 12-year-old

Period 2

One vaccination at nine-year-old

Sent upon request. Please contact the Public Health and Disease Prevention Section.

Two-strain HPV, a vaccine for preventing cervical cancer

Girls from the sixth grade to 10th grade or 16-year-old

 

Three vaccinations: initial vaccination, one month after initial vaccination, and six months after initial vaccination

We do not currently actively encourage this vaccine.
Notices will be mailed upon request.

Four-strain HPV, a vaccine for preventing cervical cancer   Three vaccinations: initial vaccination, two months after initial vaccination, and six months after initial vaccination

Vaccinations for senior citizens

Type of Vaccination

Eligible Persons

When notifications will be sent

Influenza shot for senior citizens

1) 65-year-old or older as of December 31, 2016
2) 60 to 64-year-old as of December 31, 2016 and those who have a certificate of the disabled-1 and have heart, kidney, or respiratory failure, or whose immune system have been damaged by the human immunodeficiency virus.

Around October 1, annually

Pneumococcus vaccinations for senior citizens Eligibility changes depending on the fiscal year. Those who are eligible for that year will be notified by mail in late April.
Note: If you have already received the pneumococcal polysaccharide vaccine (23-valent), you will not be eligible to receive this vaccination.
Late April, annually

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