Updated: November 25, 2021
Information on subsidies for voluntary vaccination costs for measles-rubella mixed vaccine
Chiba City subsidizes the cost of voluntary vaccination with the measles-rubella combination vaccine to prevent the spread of measles and rubella infections.
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order to prevent the occurrence of congenital rubella syndrome, we subsidize the cost of vaccination for those with low antibody titers as a result of the rubella antibody test (* 1) .
(* 1) In Motoichi, we carry out wind shin antibody test business for woman who wants to become pregnant, spouse and living family of woman who wants to get pregnant, spouse and living family of pregnant woman with low antibody titer of wind shin. I am. (People who are pregnant, those who have a history of rubella who received a definitive diagnosis by the test, and those who have undergone an antibody test for rubella in the past, it was found that there is sufficient rubella antibody, and vaccination is performed. Except for those who are deemed unnecessary)
For details, please see the page ” We are conducting rubella antibody tests on women who wish to become pregnant and spouses of women who wish to become pregnant. “
(* 1) It does not matter if it is an antibody test (test at your own expense) other than the rubella antibody test conducted by the city.
<Measles countermeasures: Grant started on December 1, 1st year of Reiwa >
Vaccination is given to those who have not been vaccinated with measles vaccine (including mixed vaccine) in the past, or those who have a negative antibody titer as a result of the measles antibody test. We are subsidizing the cost.
・ For details on the target audience, please refer to the “Target audience” column below.
<Countermeasures against rubella>
Those who have a resident registration in Motoichi and have a low antibody titer as a result of the rubella antibody test (* 1)
(* 1) ・ 16 times or less by HI method (less than 32 times) ・ Less than 8.0 by EIA-IgG method (international unit 30 or less than 45 IU / ml)
People not eligible>・ Measles-rubella routine immunization 1st term (1 year old), 2nd term (1 year before entering elementary school)
・ From April 2, 1958 to April 1979 Among men born by the end of the 1st, those who brought a coupon to be sent around the end of May (* 2)
(* 2) For details on coupons, see “Rubella antibody test and regular rubella vaccination based on the Vaccination Law for men born between April 2, 1958 and April 1, 1979. to you. “ please see the page of.
<Measles measures: Subsidy started on December 1, 1st year of Reiwa>
Those who have a resident registration in Motoichi and who fall under either ① or ② below
(1) Those who were born on or after October 2, 1972 and have never been vaccinated with a measles vaccine (including a combination vaccine) in the past.
(2) Those who were born before October 1, 1972 and have a low antibody titer as a result of a measles antibody test (* 3)
(※ 3) of less than 2.0 in the EIA method, 1:16 less than the PA method, in the neutralization method of less than 1: 4
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machine rubella routine immunization first phase (1 year old) first Those who are eligible for the second term (one year before entering elementary school)
・ Chiba City does not have a system to subsidize the cost of measles antibody testing.
・ Those who have not been vaccinated with measles vaccine (including mixed vaccine) after hematopoietic cell transplantation are eligible for this subsidy program (those whose date of birth falls under target person ② have a negative measles antibody titer). I will consider it).
Grant start date
November 24, 2018 (December 1, 1st year of Reiwa for measures against measles)
Measles-rubella mixed vaccine (MR vaccine)
* Measles monoantigen vaccine and rubella monoantigen vaccine are not eligible for subsidies .
Free (Inoculation by March 31, 2019 is 3,000 yen at your own expense)
< For those who voluntarily received the measles-rubella mixed vaccine vaccination due to the low rubella antibody titer between October 15 and November 23, 2018, a part of the vaccination cost (self from the vaccination cost) The amount after deducting the burden of 3,000 yen. The upper limit is 6,600 yen) will be redeemed. If you have done this during the above period, we will send you an invoice for reimbursement, so please have the following documents ready and contact the Infectious Disease Control Division (043-238-9941). ＞
・ A copy of what you know your name and address (driver’s license, etc.)
・ Documents that show that your rubella antibody titer is low (in the case of a copy, please copy the part that shows your name and antibody titer. Result notification, maternal and child health handbook Etc.)
・ Receipt (stated that you have been vaccinated against hemp-rubella mixed vaccine. Only the original. Copy is not possible. The original receipt you submitted cannot be returned.)
Number of grants
Up to once per person
( up to once for either rubella or measles)
(1 ) Be sure to make an appointment with a medical institution that cooperates with the city in advance (if you go without an appointment, the medical institution may not have the vaccine).
・ Please receive vaccination at a medical institution marked with a circle in the “Measles-rubella voluntary vaccination subsidy” in the list.
② What to bring
<Countermeasures against rubella>
Documents that can confirm the address and name・ Documents containing the rubella antibody titer (result notification, copy of maternal and child handbook, etc.)
・ Preliminary examination slip (* 1)
(* 1) You do not need to prepare the pre-examination slip in advance as it is available at the counter of the medical institution that cooperates with the city. If you would like to fill out the pre-examination slip before going to a medical institution, you can find the pre-examination slip at the Infectious Disease Control Division of the Health Center. Also here (PDF: 364KB) You can also download from.
<Measles measures: Ryowa first year December 1, grant start>
who apply to the subject ①
, address, those names can be confirmed
copy, etc. of-mother-to-child notebook (those who have lost a mother-to-child notebook is not required)
, vaccination coupon ( * 2)
Persons who apply to Target Person (2)
・ Address and name can be confirmed
・ Documents containing measles antibody titer (result notification, etc.)
・ Preliminary examination slip (* 2)
(* 2) You do not need to prepare the pre-examination slip in advance as it is available at the counter of the medical institution that cooperates with the city. If you would like to fill out the pre-examination slip before going to a medical institution, you can find the pre-examination slip at the Infectious Disease Control Division of the Health Center. Also here (PDF: 357KB) You can also download from.
(Please note that the contents are different from the pre-examination slip for rubella measures)
(3 ) Check if you are a target person of the “Measles-rubella mixed vaccine voluntary vaccination cost subsidy project” at a medical institution and if you have a resident registration in Chiba City. After that, after seeing a doctor (preliminary examination) and consenting to receive the vaccination (signing the pre-examination slip), the vaccination will be given. In addition, those who do not fall under the target of this project, or those who are judged to be inappropriate for vaccination as a result of medical examination by a doctor, cannot receive the subsidy.
④ The self-pay amount is free (for rubella measures for inoculations after April 1, 2019, for measles measures for inoculations after December 1, 2019)
For those who can receive measles-rubella mixed vaccine vaccination
Precautions when receiving inoculation
rubella ) Please be sure to bring documents that confirm that the rubella antibody titer of the person receiving the vaccination is low. If you do not bring it, you will not be able to use the Chiba City subsidy program . If the person receiving the vaccination is a child, please bring a MCH Handbook as much as possible. If the person receiving the vaccination is under the age of 13, or if the person is between the ages of 13 and 20 and does not have the consent of the guardian, a guardian must be accompanied.
Please bring the maternal and child handbook of the person receiving the vaccination or documents that can confirm the measles antibody titer (the documents to bring vary depending on the date of birth). If the person receiving the vaccination is under the age of 13, or if the person is between the ages of 13 and 20 and does not have the consent of the guardian, a guardian must be accompanied.
It is said that more than 95% of people can be immunized by vaccination with the measles-rubella vaccine.
Vaccine side reactions
Immediately after inoculation (within 30 minutes), anaphylactic symptoms such as hives and dyspnea may occur due to vaccine additives.
In addition, since this vaccine is a live vaccine (a vaccine made using an attenuated virus), symptoms similar to measles and rubella such as fever and rubella may occur after inoculation. In rare cases, thrombocytopenic purpura, acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM), encephalitis, etc. may occur. Be careful about 4 weeks after inoculation.
Those who cannot be vaccinated
- Those who have a clear fever (37.5 ° C or higher)
- Those with a serious acute illness
- Those who have had anaphylaxis with the ingredients contained in the vaccination solution for measles-rubella mixed vaccine vaccination
- Those who are pregnant or may be pregnant
- In addition, if the doctor determines that the condition is inappropriate
Those who need to be careful when receiving vaccinations
- Those who are being treated for heart, kidney, liver, blood diseases or stunted growth
- Those who have allergic symptoms such as fever and systemic rash within 2 days after vaccination
- Those who have had convulsions in the past
- Those who have been diagnosed with immunodeficiency in the past and those who have congenital immunodeficiency among close relatives
- Those who may be allergic to the ingredients of the measles-rubella vaccine
About inoculation interval with new corona vaccine
The new corona vaccine and other vaccines cannot be given at the same time. In addition, the new corona vaccine and the other vaccines can be given to each other two weeks after receiving one vaccine.
(Example) If you inoculate the new corona vaccine on October 1, you will not be able to inoculate the measles-rubella combination vaccine after October 15 (the same day of the week two weeks later).
If you are unsure, please contact the Infectious Disease Control Division.
General precautions after vaccination
- Wait 30 minutes after receiving the vaccination at a medical institution or get in touch with your doctor immediately.
- Avoid strenuous exercise on the day of inoculation
- Keep the inoculation site clean. You can take a bath on the day of inoculation, but do not rub the inoculation site.
- Be careful of your health for 4 weeks after inoculation
- If you have any abnormal reactions or changes in your physical condition after inoculation, see a doctor immediately.
- Females should avoid pregnancy for 2 months after vaccination.
- Since this vaccine is a live vaccine, it is necessary to wait at least 27 days before receiving another type of vaccination.
- In the event of health damage, the “Pharmaceutical Side Effects Relief System” may be applied. For details, please see the website of Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices Agency.
* If this vaccination causes health damage, you may be compensated by the Chiba Prefecture Municipalities Vaccination Accident Compensation System.