Vaccination Information

Select each vaccination name for information statements from the CDC

Recommended Vaccination Schedule
  HepB DTAP Hib PCV IPV RV MMR Varicella HepA Influenza
Newborn                  
2 Months          
4 Months          
6 Months [2]        
12 months     [4] [4]     [4] [4] [5] [3]
*Annually, starting at 6 months to 18 years
18 months                 [3]
*Annually, starting at 6 months to 18 years
4-6 Years         [3]
*Annually, starting at 6 months to 18 years

Quick Guide Vaccine Descriptions:

Quick Guide
  • HepB: protects against hepatitis B
1. Birth-9months
  • DTaP: a combined vaccine that protects against diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis (whooping cough)
2.  2 Months - 4 Years Old
  • Hib: protects against Haemophilus influenzae type b
3.  Children 6mo or older should receive the influenza shot annually. Children aged 6mo to 8 years of age who are getting the vaccine for the first time should be given two doses at least four weeks apart.
  • PCV: protects against pneumococcal disease
4. 12 - 15 Months
  • Polio: protects against polio, the vaccine is also known as IPV
5.  12 - 23 Months
  • RV: protects against infections caused by rotavirus
6.  15 - 18 Months
  • Influenza: protects against influenza (flu)
 
  • MMR: protects against measles, mumps, and rubella (German measles)
 
  • Varicella: protects against varicella, also known as chickenpox
 
  • HepA: protects against hepatitis
 

Traveling? Keep your angel protected. Visit the CDC website to learn about what vaccinations your angel may need before traveling abroad.