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13 National Immunization Program
for children

National Immunization Program for children is a project to provide immunization services for infectious diseases at no cost to the nearest clinics. National immunization program for children supports the total cost of 17 vaccinations.

National Immunization Program for children

National Immunization Program for children is a project to provide immunization services for infectious diseases at no cost to the nearest clinics. National immunization program for children supports the total cost of 17 vaccinations.

Summary of National Immunization Program for children

  • Eligibility : Children under 12 years of age (born in 2006 or later as of 2019)
  • Supported contents: Support for all immunization costs of government-designated vaccine
  • Supported vaccines: 17 species
    • BCG(Percutaneous), Hepatitis Type B, DTaP(Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis), Td(Tetanus/Diphtheria), Tdap(Tetanus/Diphtheria/Pertussis), IPV(Polio), DTaP-IPV(Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis/Polio), DTaP-IPV/Hib(Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis/Polio/Haemophilus influenzae Type B), Hib(Haemophilus influenzae Type B), Pneumococcal vaccine, MMR(Measles/Mumps/Rubella), Varicella, Japanese Encephalitis(inactivated vaccine/activated vaccine), Hepatitis Type A, HPV(Human Papillomavirus), Flu(Influenza)

Immunization Procedure

  • Check the designated medical institution through the NIP internet website(https://nip.cdc.go.kr) or NIP mobile application(services are provided only in Korean language)
  • Visit the designated medical institution with your identification card (Parent(Next of kin or Protector)'s ID card, health insurance card, etc.) and baby's immunization record.
  • Arrive at the medical institution and fill out the screening questionnaire for immunization.
  • Your doctor will be vaccinated after the preliminary diagnosis.
  • If you agree to SMS service, you can get information about next vaccination schedule by SMS.

Parent’s Guide to Vaccination

Parent’s Guide to Vaccination

Immunization Schedule for Children

table. Recommended Immunization Schedule for Children - Preventable Disease, Types of vaccines, Number of times, Birth~1month, 1month, 2month, 4month, 6month, 12month, 15month, 18month, 19~23month, 24~35month, 4years, 6years, 11years, 12years
Preventable
Disease
Types of
vaccines
Number of
times
Birth~1
month
1 mon
th
2 mon
th
4 mon
th
6 mon
th
12 mon
th
15 mon
th
18 mon
th
19~23
month
24~35
month
4 yea
rs
6 yea
rs
11 yea
rs
12 yea
rs
Tuberculosis  BCG(intradermal) 1 BCG 1st
Hepatitis B HepB 3 HepB
1st
HepB
2nd
HepB
3rd
Diphtheria/Tetanus/Pertussis DTaP 5 DTaP
1st
DTaP
2nd
DTaP
3rd
DTaP
4th
    DTaP
5th
Tdap* 1 Tdap
6th
Poliovirus IPV 4 IPV 1st IPV 2nd IPV 3rd IPV 4th
Haemophilus influenzae type b Hib  4 Hib 1st Hib 2nd Hib 3rd Hib 4th
Pneumococcal disease PCV 4 PCV 1st PCV 2nd PCV 3rd PCV 4th
PPSV - Vaccination only for the high risk group
Measles/Mumps/Rubella MMR 2 MMR 1st MMR 2nd
Varicella Var 1 Var 1st
Hepatitis A HepA 2 HepA 1~2nd
Japanese encephalitis IJEV(Inactivated
vaccine)
5 IJEV 1~2nd IJEV 3rd IJEV 4th IJEV 5th
LJEV(Attenuated live vaccine) 2 LJEV 1st LJEV 2nd
Human Papillomavirus HPV 2 HPV 1~2nd
Influenza IIV - IIV Vaccination every year

* Tdap or Td inoculation in age 11-12, then Td reagents every 10 years.(One of the inoculations after age 11 is inoculated with Tdap.)

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