Vaccination schedule for infants and children

Early childhood vaccines are one of the best ways to protect your child from serious diseases. By getting your child vaccinated, you can help keep your family and your community healthy. Vaccinations not only help you protect your children from severe diseases like chickenpox, measles, and whooping cough, but also keep them safe by preventing […]

Early childhood vaccines are one of the best ways to protect your child from serious diseases. By getting your child vaccinated, you can help keep your family and your community healthy. Vaccinations not only help you protect your children from severe diseases like chickenpox, measles, and whooping cough, but also keep them safe by preventing them against contagious diseases. Age: Birth Vaccines : BCG, OPV 0, HepB 1 Age: 6 weeks Vaccines : DTwP1 / DTaP1, IPV 1, Hep B 2, HiB 1, PCV 1, Rotavirus 1 Age: 10 weeks Vaccines : DTwP 2 / DTaP2, IPV 2, Hep B 3, HiB 2, PCV 2, Rotavirus 2 Age: 14 weeks Vaccines : DTwP 3 / DTaP 3, IPV 3, Hep B 4, HiB 3, PCV 3, Rotavirus 3 Age: 6 months Vaccines: Typhoid TCV, Viral influenza 1 Age: 7 months Vaccines: Viral influenza 2 Age: 9 months Vaccines: MMR 1 Age: 12 months Vaccines: Hep A 1, JE 1 Age: 13 months Vaccines: JE 2 Age: 15 months Vaccines: MMR 2, Varicella 1, PCV booster Age : 16 – 18 months Vaccines : DTwP B1/ DTaP, B1, IPV B1, HiB B1 Age: 18 months Vaccines: Hep A 2 Age: 4 – 6 years Vaccines : DTwP B2/DTaP B2 Varicella 2 Age: 9 years Vaccines : (for girls only) HPV 1 Age: 9 years 6 months Vaccines : (for girls only) HPV 2 Age: 10 years Vaccines: Tdap For more information, call us