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Introducing Expanded Vaccination Services

CVS/pharmacy has the vaccines your family needs to stay healthy.*

The National Foundation for Infectious Diseases estimates 50,000 adults die from vaccine-preventable diseases or their complications each year. Now, the certified immunizing pharmacists in every CVS/pharmacy can help you and your family lower your risk of vaccine-preventable illness.

You can read more about the vaccinations we offer in the Vaccination Guide below.
Then go to our new online Immunization Scheduler to schedule an appointment
for yourself or a family member to get vaccinated.

Our scheduler will identify the nearest CVS/pharmacy and MinuteClinic locations ready to administer the vaccinations you're seeking.

Schedule an Appointment

CVS/pharmacy Vaccination Guide**

Vaccinations are likely to be covered by your insurance. Ask your CVS/pharmacy team or MinuteClinic practitioner for details.
View the PDFs to learn more about each vaccine.

CHICKEN POX (Varicella) View the CDC vaccine information sheet.

A highly contagious virus spread by coughing, sneezing or direct contact with skin lesions.

Who should be vaccinated?**

  • Adults who have never had chickenpox or received the vaccine.

FLU - Visit our Flu FAQs

A contagious viral infection of the nose, throat and lungs. On average, up to 20% of the U.S. population will be infected with seasonal influenza virus.

Who should be vaccinated?**

  • The flu vaccine is now recommended for everyone 6 months and older.
  • High-dose flu shots available for those age 65 and older.
HEPATITIS A View the CDC vaccine information sheet.

A contagious liver disease often caused by consuming contaminated food or water. It is the most common vaccine-preventable travel disease.

Who should be vaccinated?**

  • People traveling to countries where hepatitis is common.
  • People with chronic liver disease.
HEPATITIS B View the CDC vaccine information sheet.

A serious liver disease spread through contact with blood or body fluids. The hepatitis B virus can cause liver cancer and possible death.

Who should be vaccinated?**

  • Sexually active adults not in a mutually monogamous relationship.
  • People with HIV infection.
HPV (Human papillomavirus) View the CDC vaccine information sheet.

A group of over 100 viruses that typically spreads through sexual contact. Certain HPV strains may cause genital warts and lead to cervical cancer.

Who should be vaccinated?**

  • Females 9 to 26 years of age not previously vaccinated.
MEASLES, MUMPS, RUBELLA (MMR) View the CDC vaccine information sheet.

All are spread through coughing or sneezing.
Measles can lead to permanent brain damage.
Mumps can cause deafness.
Rubella (German measles) in pregnant women means a 20% risk of serious damage to the fetus.

Who should be vaccinated?**

  • Adults born in 1957 or later without proof of immunity.
  • Women who may become pregnant.
MENINGITIS (Meningococcal) View the CDC vaccine information sheet.

A potentially fatal bacterial infection that strikes an average of 1,500 Americans annually.

Who should be vaccinated?**

  • Adults with certain risk factors: college freshmen in dorms, the military, anyone with a damaged spleen.
  • Adults traveling to countries where the disease is common.
PNEUMONIA (Pneumococcal) View the CDC vaccine information sheet.

Infection of the lungs, blood, and brain.

Who should be vaccinated?**

  • Anyone over age 65.
SHINGLES (Herpes zoster) View the CDC vaccine information sheet.

A painful skin rash caused by the same virus as chicken pox. Difficult to treat, shingles can cause severe pain lasting months or even years.

Who should be vaccinated?**

  • Anyone over the age of 60.
TETANUS/DIPHTHERIA/WHOOPING COUGH (Td & Tdap) View the CDC vaccine information sheet.

Tetanus: Bacteria in soil enter through a cut, creating infection. Sufferers may be unable to open mouth and swallow.
Diphtheria: Highly contagious infection of respiratory tract. Leads to weakness, sore throat, swollen glands. Severe cases of Diptheria can affect the heart.
Whooping Cough (Pertussis): Highly contagious infection of respiratory tract. Causes excessive coughing fits.

Who should be vaccinated?**

  • Patients 10 years of age and older should receive a one-time dose of Tdap.
  • Adults previously vaccinated require a Td booster every 10 years.

Our scheduler will identify the nearest CVS/pharmacy and MinuteClinic locations ready to administer the vaccinations you're seeking.

*Vaccinations vary by state based on regulations. Age restrictions apply. See immunization scheduler for details.

**This is not an all-inclusive list of who should be vaccinated. Talk to your CVS/pharmacy immunizing pharmacist to see if this vaccine is right for you.


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