The Japanese Encephalitis was positioned under the Immunization Act in 1976 with the aim of preventing its occurrence and spread. The regular Vaccinations is regular, but in 2005, Japanese Encephalitis vaccine) using a mouse brain production method in 2005, Since there was a case of severe ADEM (acute sporadic encephalomyelitis) after inoculation of the old vaccine), the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare notified the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare on May 30, the same year. Was withheld.
Later, a dry cell culture Japanese Encephalitis vaccine) was approved in February 2009 based on the Pharmaceutical Affairs Law, and related laws and regulations were revised on June 2, 2009. It became a vaccine that can be used in Vaccinations City for the first term of regular vaccination, and will resume active recommendation to 3-year-olds with the notification of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare on April 1, 2010.
※ ■ H22.4.1 Notification of Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (PDF: 160KB)
The new vaccine, which was revised by an Ordinance of Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare on August 27, 2010, became a vaccine that can be used in Vaccinations's new vaccine was also available. For the time being, transitional measures will be taken for those who have missed the vaccination opportunity during the withdrawal of the active recommendation among those who are subject to the second vaccination.
※ ■ Revision of H22.8.27 Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare Ordinance here (PDF: 56KB)
□ Q & A (Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare) Click here (PDF: 537KB)
According to the notification of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare on March 31, 2011, active recommendation of vaccination will be made for those who have not been vaccinated for the first term of "3 years old", "4 years old", "9 years old" and "10 years old" in 2011. Will be resumed.
※ ■ About partial revision of H126.96.36.199 "about regular Vaccinations" here (PDFJapanese Encephalitis" (PDF: 157KB)
As a remedy for those who have not completed the vaccination due to the revision of the Ordinance of the Ministry of Government on May 20, 2011, the date of birth is "June 1, 1995-April 1, 2007". As a measure, the target age has been expanded until under 20 years old.
※ ■ H23.5.20 Click here for the enforcement of a Cabinet Order that partially revises the Immunization Law Enforcement Ordinance and a ministerial ordinance that partially revises the Immunization Implementation Rules (PDF: 389KB)
According to the notification of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare on February 28, 2012, those who have not been vaccinated for the first term of "3 years old", "4 years old" and "8-10 years old" will be eligible for active recommendation in 2012.
In addition, if the date of birth is "April 2, 2007 to October 1, 2009" and the prescribed number of times has not been vaccinated during the period of the target age of the first term, the period of the target age of the second term During, you can now inoculate the unvaccinated portion.
※ ■ About partial revision of H24.2.28 "about regular VaccinationsJapanese Encephalitis (PDF: 408KB)
With the amendment of the Ordinance of the Ministry of Government on February 1, 2013, the date of birth was "April 2, 1995-May 31, 1995" as the target of the remedy. As a result, as a remedy, from April 1, 2013, those who have not completed the vaccination and whose birth date is "April 2, 1995-April 1, 2007" You can now inoculate the unvaccinated portion free of charge until under the age of 20.
※ ■ H25.2. About enforcement of Cabinet Order to revise a part of 1 Immunization Law enforcement order this (PDF: 55KB)
According to the notification of the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare on February 1, 2013, "3 years old, 4 years old", "7-10 years old, 1st unvaccinated" and "18 years old, 2nd unvaccinated" in 2013 It was targeted for recommendation.
※ ■ H25.2. 1 Click here for Japanese Encephalitis's Active Vaccinations's Active Recommendations for 1 2013 Click here (PDF: 57KB)
● Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare Infectious Disease Information HP here (outside site)
How to obtain a pre-examination voucher for Japanese Encephalitis
◎1st term (1st time, 2nd time, additional) (including remedies)
・When the Mother and Child Health Handbook is issued in Yokohama
→We can use pre-examination vote spelled out in "separate volume" or "Vaccinations spelling" handed at the time of delivery of the Maternal and Child Health Handbook can be used.
・When moving into Yokohama from outside the city
→Please bring your "Mother and Child Health Handbook" and "Things that show your child's age (health insurance card, etc.)" to Health Promotion Section, etc.)”.
・Lost or damaged
→Please bring your "Mother and Child Health Handbook" and a copy of your child's age (such as a health insurance card) and come to your ward office Health Promotion Section, etc.)."
◎Second term (including remedies)
・If you don't have one
→The pre-examination vote for Japanese Encephalitis's pre-examination card is available in Cooperating Medical Institutions's second term (Please check with the medical institution before making a reservation, etc.)
For those receiving Japanese Encephalitis or olderVaccinations or older
Vaccinations is required to be accompanied by a guardian, but those who receive Japanese EncephalitisVaccinations. For those over 13 years old, if you have the following consent form, you can inoculate without a guardian.
・Letter of consent (13 years old or older) (PDF: 265KB) ※It is not necessary if you are accompanied.