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Đang chơi bàiImmunization is the process by which you become protected from a disease. Each year, the CDC releases a list of immunizations recommended from birth through college and adulthood to protect against certain diseases. In some cases, children might need proof they have been immunized against certain diseases before attending school.



Find Where to Get Vaccinated

It’s best to see your health care provider for any shots you may need since they know your health history. Other options:

  • Locate your state health department.

Get the Cost of Immunizations Covered

Depending on your income, age, and health insurance coverage, you or your children may be eligible for free vaccinations.

  • Learn about the .
  • See if your family qualifies for the.
  • Find out if you are eligible for -covered vaccinations.
  • Search for a that can give immunizations at a cost based on your income.

Vaccine Injury Reporting

If you or your child experienced a serious reaction to a vaccine, you may want to report it through the . Read about reporting vaccine-related adverse events.

The National  monitors supplies of vaccines and vaccine costs. VICP also helps people receive compensation if a vaccination injured them.

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Last Updated: March 4, 2019