(1) Given 0-12 hours after birth only to newborns of HbsAG-positive mothers or to mothers with unknown HbsAg status.
(2) Vaccination to all previously unvaccinated girls and re-vaccination of girls who have only been vaccinated once before.
(3) Given as a combined dT-IPV vaccination.
(4) A course of 3 doses given to all non-vaccinated adolescents.
Vaccine against rotavirus infection introduced from January, 1, 2011
Vaccine against human papilloma virus introduced from September, 1, 2010
The national vaccination programme
| At birth||Hepatitis B vaccine (HepB) (1)|
| 2-5 days||Bacillus Calmette-Guerin vaccine (BCG)|
| 2 months||Diphteria-tetanus-pertussis (DTaP), haemophilus influenza type b vaccinne (Hib), inactivated polio vaccine (IPV), HepB, pneumococcal heptavalent conjugate vaccine (PCV7), rotavirus vaccine (RTV)|
| 4 months||DTaP, Hib, IPV, HepB, PCV7, RTV|
| 6 months||DTaP, Hib, IPV, HepB, PCV7, RTV|
| 12 -15 months||DTaP, Hib, IPV, HepB, PCV7, measles-mumps-rubella vaccine (MMR), varicella vaccine (Var)|
| 7 years||DTaP, IPV, MMR|
| 12 years||MMR (2), human papilloma virus vaccine (HPV)|
| 14 years||IPV (3), HepB (4), tetanus-low dose diphteria vaccine (dT) (3)|
| Adults, every 5-10 years ||Td boosters|
Source: State Agency "Infectology Centre of Latvia ", 2011