Should a 13 year old get a flu shot?
In most cases, yes. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends a yearly flu (influenza) vaccine for all children 6 months and older — in the United States ideally by the end of October. This year the CDC recommends the flu shot or the nasal spray flu vaccine.
Do children get H1N1 vaccine?
Children through 9 years of age should get two doses of vaccine, about a month apart. Older children and adults need only one dose.
Can my 14 year old have the flu vaccine?
Flu vaccination is recommended for: children and young people from 6 months up to 18 years of age with a health condition that puts them at greater risk from flu. Most of these children and young people will be eligible for the live attenuated influenza vaccine (LAIV) given either in school or at the general practice.
Should my 15 year old get a flu shot?
Children should be vaccinated every flu season for the best protection against flu. For most children, it is good practice to get them vaccinated by the end of October. However, getting vaccinated later can still be protective, as long as flu viruses are circulating.
Which vaccine is given at birth?
|National Immunization Schedule|
|Vaccine||When to give||Route|
|BCG||At birth or as early as possible till one year of age||Intra -dermal|
|Hepatitis B Birth dose||At birth or as early as possible within 24 hours||Intramuscular|
|OPV Birth dose||At birth or as early as possible within the first 15 days||Oral|
What shots do you get at 12?
Vaccines at 11 to 12 Years
- Meningococcal disease (one dose of MenACWY vaccine)
- HPV (two doses of vaccine)
- Tetanus, diphtheria, and whooping cough (pertussis) (one dose of Tdap vaccine)
- Influenza (Flu) (one dose of vaccine every year)