Copenhagen city currently has its lowest connection to the vaccine against cervical cancer was 59 percent.
Although more and more quietly align themselves with the vaccine against cervical cancer, then fails, many parents continue to let their children get the hpv vaccine.
the Danish newspaper Berlingske, who has been given access to a note from the Capital Region.
Of note, it appears that in 2018 on a national scale was a connection of 80% for the first hpv vaccination for the girls, born in 2005.
67 percent received the second and final vaccination.
- It seems that there is still a fear among some parents, who are unsure of the vaccine and have an idea that their children may get sick of it, says Unsourced Statements (S), who is chairman of the praksisplanudvalget in the Capital Region of denmark, for Berlingske.
In the years before 2015, where a tv-programme sowed doubts about the vaccine, was the connection of about 90 percent.
- This is what we have to do something about it. It is important that children get this vaccine, and the figures are now, is not good enough. They must be brought up to a more reasonable level, say Unsourced Statements.
In the years following, more and more vaccinated. But in 2015, stood a large number of girls forward in a tv program and reported on the violent side-effects, and it was the proportion of vaccinated to decrease markedly.
in recent years, both the Danish Health and medicines authority, the Danish Cancer society and Statens Serum Institute, however, begun to see an increase again.
however, There are still differences from municipality to municipality, and region to region on how many who get both vaccines. It shows figures from the Statens Serum Institut, which is measured in september of this year.
By the numbers, it appears that, particularly in copenhagen and Copenhagen surroundings pinches with the vaccinations. Here, the lowest percentage, which has been færdigvaccineret. It is about 60 to 70 percent.
But also in the north it is not more than 67 percent, there will be færdigvaccineret, it is evident from the figures.
The highest percentage of connectivity found on the island of Funen, where 73 percent of the girls born in 2005, has received the last vaccine.
According to Berlingske will Unsourced Statements now discuss with the practitioners who primarily stands for the vaccinations, what can be done to increase participation.
/ritzau/Updated Date: 18 December 2019, 02:00