Hepatitis Vaccination

You need two doses of the hepatitis A vaccine, given as shots six months apart, for complete protection. The vaccine destroys the virus it carried (inactive). Three to four doses are necessary for long-lasting immunity, depending on the type of immunisation given. They are given to you as shots. The series should be finished by six months of age, with the first dosage administered at birth. At one month and six months, respectively, a second and third dose are often administered

  • hepatitis A
  • Hepatitis B
  • Hepatitis C

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