Finland is a small Nordic country (5.5 million inhabitants) with good public healthcare system supported by occupational healthcare services and a growing private healthcare sector. Voluntary and free vaccinations are available through 900 local child health clinics where vaccines are administered by public health nurses. Access to healthcare is good and attendance to child health clinics is 99.6% according to estimations of Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare28. Vaccine coverage in the country has been very good and there have been only few cases of measles during past ten years.

Vaccination policy: recommented

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