Norwegian Maria Nordo Jorstadt, 39, has four healthy children who have been vaccinated against the flu in Denmark. They get a nasal spray, which Danes hopes will protect risk groups and prevent overcrowded hospitals.
Maria Nordo Jorstadt lives in Copenhagen with her husband and four children. On Tuesday, the children went to the doctor in Denmark to get the flu vaccine recommended for all children between the ages of 2 and 6.
The first to leave was five-year-old Michael. A spray in each nostril, then he “sniffs like a mouse”.
– When he came out smiling, there was no problem in taking the three-year-olds, says Jorstadt.
She thinks it’s easier and faster than taking a syringe that kids don’t like.
– A mother of four says it would be a good contribution to the community if vaccinating children could help prevent the infection.
This offer is valid for more than one month in Denmark. After an informative meeting at the kindergarten, Jorstad called the doctor to book an appointment.
Not so in Norway.
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