Notice of temporary free MMR vaccination for young adults
Under section 158, paragraph 214, paragraph 1, section 222, paragraph 1, § 254, § 264 and 265 in health law, see §. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 913 of 13. July 2010, fixed: § 1. Offer of free MMR vaccination is given to individuals who have Danish citizenship or domicile in this country, without prejudice. However, section 5, and to the person group, as is clear from section 2.
§ 2. Any person over 18 years of age who were born in 1974 or later, and who have not had measles and not previously vaccinated against measles, can free be vaccinated against measles in the form of a combined MMR vaccine.
§ 3. For vaccinations used vaccines, handed out free from the Danish State Serum Institute.
§ 4. Vaccinations may be carried out by any doctor who under the law on approval of health professionals and health professional activity have permit for autonomous work as a doctor.
(2). The cost of fees to doctors for immunizations covered by section 2, shall be borne by the regions in accordance with the rates of vaccination, as evidenced by the agreement with GPS ' Organization.
(3). Settlement with the regions must be done electronically and via the regions recommended settlement systems.
§ 5. For persons who do not have Danish citizenship or domicile in this country, but which has the right to vaccination services during the stay in Denmark by virtue of European Union law or international agreements, the cost of vaccination fee shall be borne by the region in which the person concerned is staying.
(2). Reimbursement of expenditure for vaccination of individuals who are sick (for) secured in another country, which, under Community law or international agreements should be transferred to the Danish health care system, falls to the region, which has incurred the expense.
(3). By EU law or international agreements shall mean Council Regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 883/04 on the coordination of social security systems and the related regulation (EC) No 1782/2003. 987/09 on the detailed rules for the implementation of Regulation 883/04, the agreement on the European economic area (EEA Agreement), the Nordic Convention on Social Security and the agreement between the European Community, its Member States and Switzerland on the free movement of persons, as well as bilateral security agreements.
§ 6. The notice shall enter into force on the 1. April 2012 and has effect for vaccinations carried out before the end of 2012.
The Ministry of health and prevention, 21. March 2012 Pia Olsen Dyhr/Helle Hyllehøj