National Infant Immunization Week

vaccination schedule for infants and children (birth-6 years)

(CDC.gov) National Infant Immunization Week (April 26 – May 3) serves as a reminder that immunizations help protect infants from vaccine-preventable diseases.

Take a look at the vaccination schedule for infants and children (birth-6 years) and find a tool to help you determine missed or skipped vaccines.

The importance of vaccinations is not limited to babies and kids. Be sure to keep up with recommended immunizations at all stages of life. Find vaccination schedules for:

Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for additional information, including answers to the question “Why Immunize?” and resources on vaccine safety.

vaccine preventable diseases and the vaccines that prevent them

 

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