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Stay on Track- Get Your Shots

Immunizations


When do children and teens need shots?

This chart shows acceptable age ranges for shots. Ask your health-care provider to tell you when your child should get shots.

Birth Hep B (hepatitis B)

1 - 2 months

Hep B 

2 months

DTaP (diptheria, tetanus, and pertussis)
IPV (Polio)
Hib (H.influenzae type B)
PCV (pneumococcal disease)
ROTA (rotavirus)

4 months

DTaP 
IPV
Hep B
(if needed)
Hib
PCV
ROTA

6 months

DtaP
Hib
(if needed)
PCV
Rota

6 - 18 months HEP B
IPV

6 - 59 months (yearly)

Influenza (flu) with 2 doses needed 1st year

12 -15 months

Hib
MMR
(measles, mumps, and rubella)
PCV
Var (chickenpox)

12 - 23 months

Hep A (hepatitis A)

15 - 18 months

DTaP

18+ months Hep A at least 6 months after 1st dose

4 - 6 years (before starting school)

MMR
DTaP
IPV
Var

11 - 12 years

MCV4 (meningoccal disease)
Tdap (tetanus, diptheria, and pertussis)
HPV (human papillomavirus) for females with a 2nd dosein 2 months and a 3rd dose in 6 months


Immunization Clinic Schedule

Bring Your Shot Record!

Virginia Beach Department of Public Health
4452 Corporation Lane
Tuesdays and Fridays:
    8:15 AM - 11:30 PM - By appointment only starting on 8/19/08

Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday
    8:15 AM - 10:00 AM & 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
    Walk in only, limited number per clinic

For more information about immunizations call 518-2700

 


Last Updated: 08-24-2011

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