EPI Schedule Bangladesh 2016: Latest Vaccine List & Timetable

EPI stands for Expanded Programme on Immunization. It was started worldwide by World Health Organization in 1974. It is the process of increasing the number of vaccines in the vaccinations schedule in order to provide a wider coverage against infectious diseases among the population of the whole country. The EPI schedule in Bangladesh is given below:


At the 6th week of age: BCG, Penta 1, OPV 1, PCV 1
At the 10th week of age: Penta 2, OPV 2, PCV 2
At the 14th week of age: Penta 3, OPV 3, IPV
At the 18th week of age: PCV 3
At 9th competed month: MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella)
At 15th completed month: MMR (Measles, Mumps and Rubella)

EPI Schedule Bangladesh 2016 Latest Vaccine List & Timetable


BCG: Bacillus Calmette-Guerin or BCG vaccine is given intradermally to protect the child from Tuberculosis bacillus. The vaccine consists of only one dose, usually given in the latest EPI schedule, from the first day after birth up to the 42nd day (6th week of age). But, it can be given at any time after this period also.

OPV: Oral Polio Vaccine or OPV is given orally to protect the child from Poliomyelitis. The vaccine consists of 3 doses, at the 6th, 10th and 14th weeks of age.

Penta: Penta (means 5) contains 5 vaccines named Diphtheria, Pertussis, Tetanus, Haemophilus Influenza and Hepatitis-B vaccines. It also consists of 3 doses, given intramuscularly at the same time as OPV.

PCV: Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine or PCV is given intramuscularly in 3 doses at 6th, 10th and 18th week of age. It protects the children from Streptococcus Pneumoniae bacteria which causes Pneumonia.

MMR: Measles, Mumps & Rubella vaccine is given subcutaneously in 2 doses at the end of 9th and 15th months of age to protect the child against these 3 diseases.

EPI Schedule has brought an astonishing achievement in the health sector in Bangladesh. Bangladesh has been able to reduce the above-listed diseases to a greater extent than many developed countries in the world. So, we all should follow this schedule and protect our children from these deadly diseases.

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    1. My baby age is 38 days. I did not get BCG vaccine after his birth. Can I give him BCG before or after 6 weeks?

      1. From the first day after birth up to the 42nd day (6th week of age). But, it can be given at any time after this period also.

    2. Is there any health problem if newborn baby gets its first vaccination at 44th day of birth? Kindly inform me.

      1. Yes, there may be fever or other problems due to the vaccines.

    3. Hi, I am Dr. Jasmin. Actually, EPI schedule provides MR1 And MR2 vaccines, not MMR. MMR is actually given at the 15 months of age. Thank you.

    4. My sister’s baby is 9 months & 12 days today. They didn’t remember that the baby got PCV 3rd dose or not. Because of empty card, they are now confused whether the baby need another dose now or not? Also thinking if this dose will be extra, is there any harm?

      1. As the 3rd dose field of the card is empty and her parents can’t remember about the 3rd dose, I think you should go for the 3rd dose as soon as possible. No harm.

    5. My son was given BCG vaccine on the 14th day of his life. The health worker told that there will be a blister formation. But, the blister is not formed yet. Does he need BCG vaccine again?

      1. A raised blister will appear in most people vaccinated with BCG, but not everyone. If your son did not have this reaction to the vaccine, it does not mean that he has not responded to it. There’s no need to vaccinate with BCG a second time.

    6. Good morning. Today I have taken my baby for her 1st vaccine. She is 46 days old. But, when the nurse pushed injection on her arm, it doesn’t properly inject. As a result, all the liquid getting out. The Nurse told us if it doesn’t work they will inject again after 3 months. Actually, I am worried. What shall I do? Please suggest me. How can I understand whether it works or not?

      1. In the injection site, a characteristic mark appears. It is a sign of the injection. But, It can also be the same if some of the vaccine enters that site. So, it’s you and the nurse who saw the amount of injection getting out, only know how much vaccine have entered in the body. If you are sure of the amount getting out, you can inject that exact amount in the exact site without any further delay. If you are not sure, then consult with a child specialist for next dosing schedule.

    7. Dear, good to develop the schedule. But, Bangladesh is practicing in routine EPI MR (Measles & Rubella) vaccine, not MMR vaccine.

    8. Good morning Dr. Sujon Paul. Today Polio vaccine is being given in our health complex. The problem is my son and I went late. They were gone @ 12pm. Now will there be any problem for my son? My son is 9 months running.

      1. No problem. It is given every year. So, don’t miss it next year.

    9. Hi. Amar babu er 3 (5/12/16) EPI dose e (Penta + OPV) deoa hoyeche. But, IPV dey nai. Upazilla Health Complex, Nandail e naki IPV supply nai. IPV na dile kono shomossha hobe ki na ba MMCH e deoa jabe ki na.

      1. Yes. As OPV is composed of live viruses, it may cause polio itself in some cases. IPV is composed of killed viruses and prevents this hazard. So, you should contact nearby Surjer Hashi Clinic or other hospitals for it. I am not sure about MMCH. For more information, you can read this article.

    10. Hi. I did not give any vaccine to my child. She is now 45 days old. Can I give her BCG now?

      1. Surely. Contact your nearby Surjer Hasi Chihnito Clinic.

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