large font
change to blue
change to b/w


Ukraine is provided with vaccines for 2023

20 January 2023

As of the beginning of 2023, Ukraine is sufficiently provided with routine vaccines, and the Ministry of Health keeps compliance with supply schedules and the availability of vaccines under control. Ukrainians can get all vaccinations that are necessary for immunization according to the national vaccination calendar free of charge. 

According to the results of 2022, the level of vaccination coverage in Ukraine remains below the recommended level by the World Health Organization. 

At the same time, vaccination has been and remains one of the main and priority components of public health. The ministry advises taking care of yourself and your children and protecting yourself from infectious diseases as soon as you are in a safe place in Ukraine or abroad. Contact your nearest outpatient clinic/hospital to get the vaccine.

Thanks to our partners, the country received about 2.5 million doses of vaccines in 2022, namely: 

  • 600 thousand doses of oral polio vaccine. 
  • More than 99 thousand doses of inactivated polio vaccine. 
  • 370 thousand doses of measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine.
  • 70 thousand doses against diphtheria and tetanus. 
  • More than 700 thousand doses against diphtheria and tetanus for adults.
  • 60 thousand doses of the Penta-Hib vaccine. 
  • 4 thousand doses against rabies.
  • 190 thousand doses against tuberculosis.
  • 235 doses of hepatitis B vaccine.

The remaining vaccines that were received in 2022 and the guaranteed receipt of vaccines in 2023 will allow not to interrupt routine vaccination and provide the necessary coverage of the needs of Ukrainians in mandatory vaccinations. In 2023, as in 2022, the need for some routine vaccines will be partially covered with the support of international partners. 

In 2023, we plan to receive:

  • About 600 thousand doses of oral polio vaccine. 
  • 400 thousand doses of inactivated polio vaccine. 
  • 650 thousand doses against measles, mumps, and rubella.