We have vaccines
for you and your family.*
Adult. Senior. Teen heading off to college.
CVS/pharmacy® and MinuteClinic® have
the CDC-recommended vaccines you need,
administered by an immunization-trained
pharmacist or MinuteClinic nurse practitioner
or physician assistant.**
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Vaccinations vary by location. See chart below.
Vaccinations by Location
Need or Prefer an Appointment?
Appointments are only required for certain vaccines at CVS/pharmacy.
Appointments are not required at MinuteClinic.
How are CVS/pharmacy
and MinuteClinic different?
At Pharmacy, vaccinations are available for adolescents,*
adults and seniors.
At MinuteClinic, children as young as 18 months
(5 years in CT) can be vaccinated.
The DTaP (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis) vaccine protects children under age 7 against three bacterial illnesses: tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis, which is commonly referred to as whooping cough. The Tdap (Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis) vaccine is recommended as a booster for adolescents 11-12 year olds and for adults who are in contact with infants as well as for pregnant women.
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*Vaccinations vary by state based on regulations. Age restrictions apply. See Immunization Scheduler for details.
**MinuteClinic® employs physician assistants in MN, NC, NV and TX.
†Flu shots available when immunizing pharmacist or MinuteClinic practitioner is on duty, while supplies last. Eligible patients will not pay any copayments unless otherwise required by their plan.
††Eligible patients will not pay any copayments unless otherwise required by their plan.