4.2.3  Subcutaneous immunization with yellow fever vaccine

Yellow fever vaccine is not currently used routinely in the EPI in Ethiopia, but may be required by travellers going abroad to countries where the disease is common. It is the only other vaccine, apart from measles vaccine, which is injected subcutaneously, and is also given into the outer upper arm.

4.2.2  Subcutaneous immunization with measles vaccine

4.2.4  Intramuscular immunization with all other EPI vaccines