Childhood vaccines administered through the
Norwegian Childhood Immunisation Programme. If you are born in 1995 or later, you will find the childhood vaccines in the registry.
Childhood vaccines before 1995
Between 1976 and 1995, five counties were included in a trial scheme for a central immunisation registry. The trial scheme was developed gradually from 1976 to, and by the mid-1980s, it included 5 counties. For persons from the counties Østfold, Akershus, Oslo, Hedmark and Hordaland, vaccination registrations can therefore be found back to the mid-1980s, and for some as far back as 1976.
Travel vaccines and other vaccines, including seasonal flu vaccines
Travel vaccines and other vaccines received from 2011 onwards. This applies to all age groups.
The vaccine against pandemic flu will be recorded if you received it during or after 2009.
Vaccinations reported by healthcare professionals electronically through the medical record system will become available in the service when they have been entered in SYSVAK.
Vaccines that are recorded on paper will become available in the service within approximately three weeks. It may take longer during the high season for influenza vaccination, which is between September and January. Note that public health clinics do not record vaccinations on paper.