Chapter II 
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Initial medical examination and treatment 

After their arrival in the reception centres, asylum seekers will undergo checks for infectious diseases. Furthermore, some federal states offer medical consultation hours at the reception centres themselves.

Chapter III 
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Who does what? 

Where to go for medical treatment? What is an emergency and what is the appropriate reaction? Where can you get your medicine? These and other questions are answered in the following article.

Chapter IV 
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Vaccination provides effective protection from infectious diseases. People who get vaccinated not only protect themselves but also those around them. This site offers information on vaccination in addition to important documents.

Chapter V 
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Medical treatment for pregnant women includes regular examinations, prenatal classes, childbearing and follow-up care.

Chapter VI 
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Children and adolescents 

Different phases of life require that children and adolescents undergo certain examinations. Important: Please note that it is vital that you attend all appointments, so that your child can grow up to be healthy.

Chapter VII 
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Protection from diseases 

In reception centres, many people often live in cramped conditions. However, a number of simple measures can prevent infections and the spread of diseases.