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21 February 2011

Vaccination: two to six

By age five, your child should receive an oral polio vaccine (OPV5) as well as the diptheria and tetanus vaccine (DT).

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By age five, your child should receive an oral polio vaccine (OPV5) as well as the diptheria and tetanus vaccine (DT).

Learn more about:
why your child should be vaccinated
the different types of vaccines.

(Ilse Pauw, Health24)

 
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