Vaccinations are considered the safest and most reliable protection against life-threatening infectious diseases (infections). The vaccination not only protects the individual but also creates a safe environment for the public.

Each vaccine is designed to protect the human body against a specific disease (infection) over a lifetime or over a specified period of time.

It is important to know that immunisation is not suitable for individuals who are using medications that suppress the immune system, or who are undergoing chemotherapy as treatment for an oncological disease or any other acute illness. Therefore, anyone who wishes to be vaccinated against any infection should have a check-up with a family medical practitioner, or a paediatrician, and submit a referral from a physician to the Vaccination Office specifying which vaccine is recommended.

Vaccination is carried out in Room 336, 337 in Šeškinė Polyclinic.

The office is open from Monday to Friday, from 7.05 am to 7.30 pm.

The information on paid vaccine rates is available