A vaccination card may be blank or missing one or more vaccinations for a number of reasons:
The vaccine was administered recently
If the vaccine was administered recently, the information may not yet have been recorded.
In this case, you do not need to do anything – the information will be sent shortly.
The vaccination information has not been submitted
If the information has been omitted even though you have waited a while for it, this may be because the vaccination centre has not submitted your vaccination information for recording. In this case, you should contact the vaccination centre and ask them to resend the information.
The vaccine was administered before 1995
Vaccinations were not recorded in the Norwegian Immunisation Registry before 1995, except for the following five counties, which began a trial scheme in 1976:
Vaccinations which must be recorded
The following vaccinations must be entered in the Norwegian Immunisation Registry:
- childhood vaccines administered from 1995
- pandemic vaccine against swine flu in 2009
- all other vaccines administered during or after 2011 (if you wish them to be recorded)