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
Years
910111213141517181926272960≥ 61
Austria
HPV1
HPV2
Belgium
HPV3
Bulgaria
HPV4
Croatia
HPV5
Cyprus
HPV6
Czech Republic
HPV7
HPV
HPV
Denmark
HPV8
HPV
Estonia
HPV99
Finland
HPV10
France
HPV11
HPV12
Germany
HPV13
HPV14
Greece
HPV15
HPV16
HPV16
Hungary
HPV217
Iceland
HPV218
Ireland
HPV19
Italy
HPV20
Latvia
HPV21
Liechtenstein
HPV22
HPV23
Lithuania
HPV
Luxembourg
HPV24
HPV25
Malta
HPV26
Netherlands
HPV27
Norway
HPV28
Poland
HPV29
Portugal
HPV930
Romania
HPV31
Slovakia
HPV32
Slovenia
HPV33
Spain
HPV34
Sweden
HPV35
United Kingdom
HPV36

Footnotes:

  1. Females and males. 2 doses with at least 6 months interval. 9-valent vaccine recommended.
  2. For older age groups 3-dose vaccination scheme recommended. Please refer to the original recommendation for the appropriate schedule.
  3. recommended for girls 10-13 years old with 2 doses (schedule 0, 6 months)
  4. HPV vaccination is not included in the National Immunization schedule. The vaccination is voluntary, but free of charge for 12-year-old girls.
  5. Recommended to boys and girls. Free of charge
  6. Female, 2-dose schedule, two-dose schedule. Vaccination in schools and Governmental immunizations centers from 2016/2017 school year.
  7. For all (boys and girls). Recommended only. The vaccination is covered by the health insurance for all children between 13 – 14 years of age.
  8. females only
  9. 2 doses school-based programme. For more information please refer to http://www.vaktsineeri.ee/hpv-inimese-papilloomiviirus.html
  10. For information related to coverage, please refer to https://www.thl.fi/roko/rokotusrekisteri/hpvraportit2016/
  11. 2 doses (0, 6 mois): quadrivalent or bivalent vaccine. Or ninevalent (11/14 years)
  12. Three doses in a 0, 1 or 2, 6 month schedule (girls aged 15 to 19 years)
  13. Females only. At the age of 9-13 years or 9-14 years (depending on the vaccines used) two doses at 6 months interval (Please refer to the product information leaflet). If the interval between doses is <6 months, a 3rd dose is recommended
  14. Females only. In the case of catch-up vaccinations beginning at the age >13 or >14 years (depending on the vaccines used) three doses are necessary (Please refer to the product information leaflets)
  15. Females only. 2 doses within a 6-month interval.
  16. Females only. 3 doses
  17. school-based vaccination in 7th grade girls. Recommendation only, but free of charge
  18. Females only. 7th grade.2 doses
  19. First year second-level school (females 12 to 13 years of age), 2 dose schedule. for a full description of HPV recommendation for other groups please see: http://www.hse.ie/portal/eng/health/immunisation/hcpinfo/guidelines/immunisationguidelines.html
  20. 2 or 3 doses, depending on the vaccine and age
  21. The vaccine is offered to girls who are 12 years old.
  22. Two doses. Females and males.
  23. Females and males. cacth-up vaccination preferably before the 20th birthday. On a case-by-case basis from 20 years.
  24. Females only
  25. Catch-up on HPV if not yet done (13-18 years)
  26. For females born from the year 2000 onwards. 2 doses in a 0, 6 month schedule.
  27. For girls only - 2 doses, 6 months apart
  28. Females only. 7th grade.
  29. Recommended for girls
  30. Two doses (0-6 month schedule). Females only.
  31. 3 doses. Recommended, but not mandatory
  32. Partial reimbursement by the national healthcare system.
  33. girls only. 2-dose vaccination schedule
  34. Two doses. Females only. For more information please refer to http://www.msssi.gob.es/profesionales/saludPublica/prevPromocion/vacunaciones/docs/PapilomaVPH.pdf
  35. Two doses. Females only. Given to 5-6 grade students
  36. Females only. (two doses 6-24 months apart)