Human Papillomavirus Infection: Recommended vaccinations
  General recommendation
  Recommendation for specific groups only
  Catch-up (e.g. if previous doses missed)
Vaccination not funded by the National Health system
Mandatory vaccination
HPV (F/M)1
HPV (F/M)2
HPV (F)3
HPV9 (F/M)4
HPV (F/M)5
HPV (F/M)6
HPV9 (F/M)
HPV9 (F/M)7
HPV9 (F/M)7
HPV (F/M)8
HPV (F/M)9
HPV (F/M)10
HPV (F/M)11
HPV (F)12
HPV (F/M)13
HPV (F/M)14
HPV9 (F/M)15
HPV9 (F/M)16
HPV (F/M)17
HPV (F/M)18
HPV (F/M)19
HPV9 (F/M)20
HPV9 (F/M)
HPV9 (F/M)
HPV9 (F/M)22
HPV (F/M)23
HPV (F/M)24
HPV (F/M)25
HPV (F/M)26
HPV (F)27
HPV (F/M)28
HPV (F/M)29
HPV (F/M)30
HPV (F)31
HPV (F/M)32


  1. Gender-neutral (boys and girls) vaccination offered. Two doses with at least 6 months interval. Nine-valent vaccine recommended. catch-up until 21 years of age possible and free of charge from 01.02.2023, 2 doses. 3 doses from 21 years of age, catch-up until 30 years.
  2. 9-valent gender-neutral (boys and girls) vaccination offered from fall 2019) Two-dose schedule at 0 and 6 months.
  3. Girls-only vaccination offered. HPV vaccination is free of charge but voluntary and not included in the National mandatory Immunisation schedule but as part of the National program for primary prophylaxis of cervical cancer 2021-2024. 2 and 4 valent vaccine administered.
  4. Gender-neutral (boys and girls) vaccination recommended in the 8th grade of school. 9-Valent. Catch-up campaign for boys and girls up to 25 years since 2019, depending on availability of HPV vaccine. for more information see
  5. Girls and boys vaccination offered in schools and governmental immunisation centres. 9-valent. Two-dose schedule at 0 and 6 months.
  6. Gender-neutral (boys and girls) vaccination recommended since September 2019. Vaccination is covered by health insurance for all 13-14-year old. 2 and 4 valent vaccine.
  7. As of February 2023, boys included in the programme - one dose scheme. free catch-up for 15-18-year-olds
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  9. The extension of HPV vaccination to boys aged 11 to 14 with catch-up vaccination for those aged between 15 and 19. This recommendation is applicable since January 1, 2021.
  10. Girls and boy catch-up vaccination recommended. Three-dose schedule at 0, 1-2 and 6 months
  11. Gender-neutral (boys and girls) vaccination offered since 2018. Two-dose schedule at 0 and 6 months (if the interval between doses is <6 months, a third dose is recommended). 2, 4 or 9-valent.
  12. Girls-only catch-up vaccination offered to girls aged 14-17 or 15-17 years depending on the vaccines used. Three-dose schedule.
  13. Catch-up vaccination up to 18 years for those who missed out on vaccination (HPV vaccine is fully reimbursed in boys and girls aged 15-18 until 31.12.2023). 2 doses scheme up to 15 years with 6 months interval between doses, thereafter 3 doses. for specific at-risk groups vaccination can be extended up to 26 years.
  14. School-based vaccination in 7th grade (for girls and boys) with 9-valent vaccine, on a voluntary-based approach, free of charge
  15. As of 1.7.2023, gender neutral HPV vaccination. 2-valent also recommended.
  16. 9-valent. Gender-neutral (boys and girls) vaccine offered (since 2017). Two-dose or three-dose schedule depending on age. Catch-up available with all doses of the cycle free of charge for women up to 26 years of age and for men up to and including 18 years of age, if they have not been previously vaccinated or have not completed the vaccination cycle.
  17. Gender-neutral (boys and girls) 9-valent vaccination offered. Two-dose schedule.
  18. Gender neutral vaccination catch up.
  19. Boys are vaccinated as part of the immunization program with a two-dose schedule (6 months a part). Girls are vaccinated with a three-dose schedule at 0, 1-2 and 6 months. Two doses are free while the third dose is not funded.
  20. Catch up vaccination for females who missed the HPV vaccination at age 11 to 12.
  21. 9-valent. Two dose schedule at 0 and 6 months.
  22. Two dose schedule at 0 and 6 months. Gender neutral (boys and girls) vaccination.
  23. Gender-neutral (boys and girls) vaccination offered in schools (seventh grade) since 2018. 2-valent
  24. Primary prevention utilizing HPV vaccination is recommended in the Polish Preventive Vaccination Plan for girls and boys before sexual initiation and according to the schedule recommended by manufacturers. Vaccines are available free of charge for teenage girls/children only in some preventive programs run by local authorities. - Resolution No. 10 of the Council of Ministers of February 4, 2020 on adopting the program Official Journal of the Minister of Health - 27 - Item 117 perennial Mon. National Oncological Strategy for 2020–2030
  25. 9-valent. Two-dose schedule at 0 and 6 months. Applicable to boys born from 2009.
  26. Girls-only vaccination recommended. Three-dose schedule.
  27. Gender-neutral (boys and girls) vaccination offered
  28. Girls and boys vaccination offered. in their 6th grade. Two-dose schedule. 9-valent
  29. Extension of HPV vaccination to boys aged 12, applicable since October 2022. Two-dose schedule (6 months intervals between doses).
  30. Previously unvaccinated girls. Three-dose schedule from 15 years of age.
  31. 9-valent. Gender-neutral (boys and girls) vaccination - School-based programme offered in fifth grade from August 2020.