RIVM attracts two million euros for information vaccinations
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The national Institute for Health and the Environment (RIVM) has two million euro extra for extra-long conversations with parents about vaccinations.
Also is there a program for jeugdartsen set up. The GOVERNMENT hopes the turmoil about vaccinations, reports the Volkskrant on Thursday.
According to the institute, there is a growing number of parents that ask questions to determine whether their children want to be vaccinated.
More than 9 in 10 children in the Netherlands for all vaccines recommended by the government. For the second year in a row, however, there is a slight decrease in vaccinations for infants.
It is also the number of vaccinations among certain groups in society is remarkably low. In some reformed churches and free schools is the number of vaccinated people 5 10.
The digital training course for employees of jeugdgezondheidsorganisaties should be in april to start. The course is voluntary.