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Rotavirus Vaccination in India


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Rotavirus is a type of virus that primarily affects infants and young children, causing gastroenteritis, which is inflammation of the stomach and intestines. It is one of the most common causes of severe diarrhea and vomiting in Indian children

Vaccination is the best way to prevent Rotaviral infection.

Rotavirus Vaccination schedule

* The vaccination schedule consists of two or three doses, depending on the vaccine brand used

Rotavirus Vaccination for children in India

Two or three doses of rotavirus vaccine, depending on the vaccine brand used, are recommended for children. The doses are given orally at specific intervals. The maximum age for the first dose is 16 weeks and the maximum age for the last dose is 6 months to 1 year, depending on the vaccine brand.

Missed Rotavirus Vaccination?

As rotavirus infections are caused during the early years of life, early completion of vaccination is essential.
The maximum age for the last dose is 6 months to 1 year, depending on the vaccine brand. Consult your doctor or a Vaccine Expert to get more information on dosage and scheduling of the vaccination

Cost of Rotavirus vaccination in India

The cost of rotavirus vaccination depends on factors such as the type of vaccine, brand, manufacturer, applicable taxes and the vaccination service provider. On an average, the cost of rotavirus vaccination ranges between Rs 600 to Rs 1000 for each dose.

Rotavirus vaccination at home in India

Vaccination at home offers a convenient, accessible and safe way to protect you and your family from Rotavirus infection. It allows individuals to receive the vaccine in a familiar environment, reducing potential anxiety or discomfort associated with visiting a clinic. Home vaccination not only saves time and effort, it also minimizes exposure to potential infections in crowded healthcare settings. INVC vaccine experts can help you with availability and scheduling of rotavirus vaccine at home in India.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Rotavirus disease is caused by the rotavirus (a double-stranded RNA virus) which is a highly contagious virus that primarily affects infants and young children. There are several strains or serotypes of rotavirus, with the most common ones being G1, G2, G3, G4, and G9.

Rotavirus disease can affect people of all ages, but it primarily affects infants and young children. The following individuals are at a higher risk of rotavirus disease:

  • Infants and young children: Rotavirus infection is most common in infants and young children, especially between the ages of 6 months and 2 years. This is because their immune systems are still developing, and they have not yet built up sufficient immunity against the virus.
  • Children in daycare settings: Rotavirus can spread easily in settings where young children are in close contact with each other, such as daycare centers. The virus can be transmitted through person-to-person contact, contaminated surfaces, and shared toys, increasing the risk of infection among children in these environments.
  • Individuals with weakened immune systems: People with weakened immune systems, such as those with HIV/AIDS or undergoing chemotherapy, are more susceptible to severe rotavirus infection. Their weakened immune response may result in more prolonged and severe symptoms.
  • Individuals living in crowded or unsanitary conditions: In areas with inadequate sanitation and hygiene practices, the risk of rotavirus transmission is higher. Lack of clean water, poor sanitation facilities, and crowded living conditions can contribute to the spread of the virus.

It's important to note that while certain individuals may be at a higher risk of rotavirus disease, anyone can contract the infection if exposed to the virus. Practicing good hygiene, such as proper handwashing and maintaining clean environments, can help reduce the risk of infection for individuals of all ages. Vaccination against rotavirus is also an effective measure in preventing severe rotavirus gastroenteritis, particularly in high-risk populations such as infants and young children.

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