To many people, getting vaccines – especially while living abroad – is of utmost priority. But each country has a slightly different schedule. Doctors in China are usually not opened-minded about altering their own schedule, so it’s important that you know what the Chinese schedule is.
Through our years of having children in China, we’ve been able to compile a comprehensive list of available vaccines in China and the schedule on which they are followed. We’ve consulted with Chinese doctors, American doctors and other expats living in China. Download it today for your own copy.
What vaccines are included?
- Hepatitis B
- Measles, Mumps
- Measles, Mumps, Rubella
- Japanese B Encephalitis
- ECM Group A (Epidemic Cerebrospinal Meningitis)
- ECM Group A & C (Epidemic Cerebrospinal Meningitis)
- Hepatitis A
We also include the Chinese name to go along with each vaccine for easy communication with your Chinese doctor.
This page is provided as a reference. havingababyinchina.com does not necessarily endorse or encourage the use of immunization shots. Please use them at your own risk.
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