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Vaccine Schedules

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offers easy-to-read vaccine schedules for all ages. For easy-to-read formats to print, tools to download and ways to prepare for your next doctor's visit, please visit the CDC Website

View the immunization requirements for Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) schools for the 2019-20 school year.

Here's a snapshot of what you'll find:

Infants and Children (Birth - 6 Years)

Thumbnail image of the vaccine schedule for kids 0-6 years old The recommended immunization schedule is designed to protect infants and children early in life, when they are most vulnerable and before they are exposed to potentially life-threatening diseases.

Recommended Immunizations

Preteens and Teens (Age 7 - 18 Years)

Thumbnail image of vaccine schedule for kids age 7-18 The recommended immunization schedules list the age or age range when each vaccine or series of shots is recommended. If your preteen or teen (age 7 through 18 years old) has missed any shots, check with the doctor about getting back on track.

Recommended Immunizations

Birth to 18 Years Catch-up Schedule

Thumbnail image of the catch up vaccine schedule If your children missed some vaccines along the way, use these recommended catch-up schedules to get caught up. These summarize the recommended vaccines for children age 18 and younger.

Recommended Immunizations

Birth to 18 Years Schedule Based on Medical Indications

Immunocompromised children Vaccines that might be indicated for children and adolescents aged 18 years or younger based on medical indications.

Recommended Immunizations

Adults (Age 19 and Older)

Thumbnail image of the adult vaccine scheudule You never outgrow the need for vaccines. The specific immunizations you need as an adult are determined by factors such as your age, lifestyle, high-risk conditions, type and locations of travel, and previous immunizations.

Recommended Immunizations

Persons with Immune Deficiency

ImmunocompromisedtablePeople with immune deficiency may be at increased risk for certain vaccine-preventable diseases, but they also may be at increased risk for adverse events following receipt of certain vaccines. It is always best for immunocompromised patients to consult with their healthcare provider to determine which vaccines they can safely receive.

Recommended Immunizations

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Immunization Recommendations for Disaster Response Operations

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This information paper provides immunization recommendations and resources for Department of Defense (DoD) personnel supporting disaster response operations, both in CONUS and OCONUS.

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