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Flu and COVID-19: Two different vaccines, two different viruses

Get flu and COVID-19 vaccines in just one trip. Make one appointment for both, whenever it's convenient for you.

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The CDC recommends an annual flu vaccination for nearly everyone 6 months of age and older, and our pharmacies are able to vaccinate patients as young as 3 years old in some states. Get your flu shot to help reduce your risk of serious complications from the flu, including hospitalization.

 

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The updated COVID-19 vaccine, released on September 12, 2023, more closely targets currently circulating variants. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everyone ages 6 months and older get an updated COVID-19 vaccine* to help protect against serious illness from COVID-19.  Eligible patients can receive an updated COVID-19 vaccine at least two months after their last dose of a COVID-19 vaccine. CVS® store locations can administer COVID-19 vaccines to patients ages 5 and older.

 

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The CDC recommends two doses for two groups:

 

  • Adults ages 50 and older
  • Adults ages 19 and older if they have a weakened immune system from disease or therapy

 

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The CDC recommends this vaccine for:

 

  • Adults 65 years and older
  • Patients 19 years of age or older who have certain medical conditions or risk factors

 

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The CDC recommends the hepatitis B vaccine for all infants, all children or adolescents younger than 19 years of age who have not been vaccinated, all adults ages 19 through 59 years and adults age 60 years or older with risk factors for hepatitis B infection.

 

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The CDC recommends that the HPV vaccine be administered to individuals as young as nine years old up to those 26 years of age, or if recommended by your health care provider.

 

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The Tdap vaccine can help prevent tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (whooping cough). The CDC recommends that all adolescents receive their first Tdap vaccine, and it highly recommends that they receive it before they become teens, getting that first shot at age 11 or 12. After that dose, they should continue to receive a Tdap vaccine for booster immunization every 10 years.

 

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The CDC recommends adults age 60+ may get the RSV vaccine to help prevent lower respiratory tract disease caused by RSV, based on discussions with their health care provider.

Women who are 32 through 36 weeks pregnant during September through January are recommended by the CDC to get one dose of maternal RSV vaccine to help protect their babies.

 

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Polio

The CDC recommends that children get four doses of polio vaccine, each at the following stages: 2 months of age, 4 months, 6 through 18 months, then at ages 4 through 6 years to help protect them from the devastating effects of a polio infection.

 

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Meningitis (meningococcal)

The CDC recommends that all 11 to 12 year olds get a MenACWY meningitis vaccine, with a booster dose at 16 years old. Those between 16 through 23 years old also may get a MenB meningitis vaccine. The CDC also recommends a meningococcal vaccination for other children and adults who are at increased risk for meningococcal disease.

 

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MMR (measles, mumps, rubella)

CDC recommends that children get two doses of MMR vaccine, starting with the first dose at 12 to 15 months of age, and then getting the second dose at sometime between age 4 and turning 6. Teens and adults should also be up to date on their MMR vaccination.

 

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Varicella (Chickenpox)

The CDC recommends two doses of chickenpox vaccine for children, adolescents and adults. Children should receive two doses of the vaccine — the first dose between 12 and 15 months old and then the second dose between ages 4 and 6 years old. Call your local CVS® for vaccine availability.

 

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Typhoid

If you plan on traveling to an area where typhoid infections are a concern, this vaccination can help protect you from getting typhoid fever.

 

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Japanese encephalitis

You should consider this vaccination if you plan on spending time in a country where this infection is regularly reported. Call your local CVS for vaccine availability.

 

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Rabies

Rabies is a fatal but preventable viral disease. If you may have been exposed, talk to your health care provider about whether this vaccination is right for you. Afterward, if you’d like to get vaccinated at your local CVS Pharmacy®, call ahead to check availability.

 

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Hepatitis A

The CDC recommends a hepatitis A vaccination for unvaccinated children and teens through 18 years of age and adults at higher risk for getting a hepatitis A infection, as well as those 19 years of age and older who are not at higher risk and seek protection. Call your local CVS for vaccine availability.

 

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Why CVS for your vaccinations?

Access your vaccine history online

View your vaccination records anytime using your health dashboard. Availability for vaccine records varies by state regulations.

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potential side effects

Our team can recommend over-the-counter products to help with side effects.

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Our immunizers are trained and certified, and our pharmacists are available to answer any questions.

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For patients 3 years or older

 

Vaccinations at CVS Pharmacy® are available at more than 9,000 locations and administered by a certified immunizer.

 

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For patients 18 months or older

 

MinuteClinic® provides vaccinations at more than 1,100 locations and can accept younger patients at least 18 months in age.

 

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The CDC’s vaccine recommendations by patient type

 

Consider a vaccination schedule to help your kids stay protected.

 

 

Adult vaccines help protect you and those around you.

 

 

Seniors can help support their immunity with routine vaccinations.

 

 

Most individuals with diabetes should receive pneumonia (pneumococcal) and hepatitis B vaccines.

 

 

Flu vaccines can help prevent chances of another heart attack.

 

 

A weakened immune system can make you more vulnerable to infection.

 

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Both CVS Pharmacy and MinuteClinic offer a range of vaccines. Schedule an appointment at the option that’s right for you.

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Your personalized health dashboard gives you immediate access to your vaccination records, medications, test results and more.

Earn up to $50 ExtraBucks Rewards®

 

With our ExtraCare® rewards at the pharmacy benefit, you earn credits for getting vaccinations, filling scripts and more. And every 4 credits gets you $2 ExtraBucks Rewards.*

 

Just join ExtraCare and opt in to rewards at the pharmacy online or at your pharmacy.

 

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FAQs

Many insurance plans will cover vaccinations. To ensure coverage, contact your insurance provider.

Medicare Part B covers preventive care vaccines for flu, COVID-19, pneumonia and hepatitis B at no cost. Medicare Part D covers preventive care vaccines for shingles and Tdap at no cost. Certain other vaccines, such as vaccines used for treatment purposes or vaccines not recommended by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), may be covered with cost sharing. Visit Medicare.gov to learn more.

Vaccines go through years of testing as required by law and are continuously monitored for safety and efficacy once licensed and in use. U.S. teams of physicians, scientists and public health experts closely monitor any adverse effects that might occur after a vaccination and respond as necessary, to ensure vaccines are held to the highest safety standards.

Many school systems now require fifth and sixth graders to receive a Tdap immunization. Meningitis vaccinations are also required by some colleges before incoming freshmen are allowed to move into dorms or attend classes. To find out what vaccines are required for your individual situation, please contact your local school district or specific college.

You may experience mild side effects after receiving a vaccine. Most side effects are mild (for example, a sore arm or low-grade fever) and go away within a few days. More information on each vaccination is available on the specific vaccine health pages. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vac-gen/side-effects.htm

There are some people who should not get certain vaccines or should wait to get them due to age, specific health conditions or other factors. It’s always a good idea to discuss with your health care provider the vaccinations you are considering.

Unvaccinated people can be at risk if exposed to vaccine-preventable diseases. Symptoms and complications of such diseases can be serious and even life-threatening.

Whether you’re looking for flu, pneumonia, whooping cough or meningitis vaccinations, we can help. CVS offers vaccines for children, adolescents, teens and adults, plus certain injections for adults.

A vaccination refers to the process of receiving a vaccine whereas an immunization refers to the process by which a person becomes protected against a disease through vaccination.

A preparation that is used to stimulate the body’s immune response against diseases. https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/vac-gen/imz-basics.htm

Active immunity results when someone is exposed to a disease organism that triggers the immune system to produce antibodies to that disease. Passive immunity is provided when someone is given antibodies to a disease.

At this time, you may only access your own vaccination records or those of your minor children. Any patient age 18 or older must create their own account on Care.CVS.com to access their vaccination records.

Check your email for the COVID-19 vaccination record if both of the following conditions apply:

 

  • The minor was vaccinated at CVS Pharmacy
  • An email address was provided at scheduling/check-in

 

A record of the vaccination should have been immediately sent to that address. It would have been sent from Pharmacy@Notification.CVSHealth.com with a subject line of “For Your Records.”

How to add a child to your account:

  1. Sign in or create an account at CVS.com®.
  2. Go to the “Prescriptions” tab and select “Pharmacy Dashboard.” 
  3. Locate a box on the right side called “Shortcuts.”
  4. Select “Manage family members” from the shortcuts list.
  5. Select “Add a person.”
  6. Select “Child” then “Continue.”
  7. Enter the child’s name and date of birth, then select “Search.” If you don’t have this information:
    1. Select “Use their prescription label” at the bottom of the page.
    2. Enter the child’s date of birth, the store number, and prescription number, then select “Search.” (You can find the store number and prescription number on an existing prescription label or in a vaccination confirmation email.)
  8. Confirm that you are the parent or legal guardian.
  9. After confirmation, your minor child’s prescription records (including vaccinations) will appear in your pharmacy dashboard.

 

How to view a child’s records:

  1. Sign in to your account at CVS.com®.
  2. Go to the “Prescriptions” tab and select “All Prescriptions.”
  3. Select the tab with your child’s name.

If you’re trying to view your minor child’s vaccination record, visit  Care.CVS.com

 

  • Login with your CVS.com account details
  • You may be asked to verify your identity before you can view your child’s record
  • Once you have logged in and verified your identity, visit “Vaccinations” on Care.CVS.com
  • *FOR VACCINES OFFERED: Availability varies by state based on regulations. This is not an all-inclusive list of who should be vaccinated. Age restrictions apply. Available when a certified immunizer is on duty.

  • *FOR COVID-19 VACCINE RECOMMENDATION: Certain individuals may be eligible for more than one dose of the updated COVID-19 vaccine, depending on their age, previous vaccination history and/or immunocompromised status.

  • *FOR REWARDS AT THE PHARMACY: You must enroll in the ExtraCare® program, sign the Privacy Authorization and opt in for rewards at the pharmacy to earn ExtraBucks Rewards® for pharmacy activities. An individual can earn up to $50 ExtraBucks Rewards in a calendar year. You will receive $2 ExtraBucks Rewards when you accumulate 4 credits. Check terms and conditions for details or ask a CVS® pharmacy team member for a copy. Rewards at the pharmacy are valid only in the United States and are not available in Arkansas, New Jersey, New York or where otherwise prohibited by law. Transferred prescriptions may not be eligible to accumulate credits toward your ExtraBucks Rewards in all states, including Alabama, Mississippi and Oregon. Controlled substance prescriptions purchased in Hawaii, Louisiana or where otherwise prohibited by law are not eligible to accumulate credits toward your ExtraBucks Rewards.