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All children resident in Norway are offered immunisation against the following diseases:
The immunisation programme is determined by the Ministry of Health and Care Services. The immunisation programme is voluntary, though the authorities in Norway recommend that all children be immunised.
The immunisation programme is free. Vaccinations are usually carried out by public health clinics and the school health service in the local authority providing the immunisation.
The immunisation programme follows this table:
Why do the Norwegian authorities recommend that all children follow the immunisation programme?
What might happen if a lot of people choose not to follow the immunisation programme?
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