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Vaccinations

HEALTH

Created by: Hayley Baker and Haley Holderness

This booth serves to educate patrons on the importance of vaccines and the proper vaccination schedule to follow for both children and adults. Information regarding the COVID-19 vaccine will also be provided.

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Vaccination Schedule: Birth - 6 Years

Recommendations may vary based on health conditions that your child may have. Talk with your child’s doctor for more information.

Vaccination Schedule: 7 Years - 18 Years

Recommendations may vary based on health conditions that your child may have. Talk with your child’s doctor for more information.

Vaccine Recommendations: Adults

 

Which vaccines do you need?

Physicians consider your age, health conditions, and which vaccines you received as a child when recommending vaccinations.

 

Other Vaccines

  • Boosters for ones you received when you were younger like Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, & Pertussis).
  • Some vaccines like Meningococcal B, Human Papillomavirus (HPV), and Shingles are recommended for certain ages that are most at risk.

  • Talk to your doctor and visit www.cdc.gov/vaccines/schedules to learn more about which vaccines are right for you.

 

Influenza Vaccine

The influenza (flu) vaccine is a yearly vaccination. Anyone 6 months of age or older should get their flu shot every October.

Different types of the flu vaccine are recommended for different ages.

 

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