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Corporate COVID Vaccinations

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Meet the Vax Vials

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Influenza

WHO: Everyone 6 months & older should receive an annual flu shot

WHEN: Once each year. Best given in September or October, but can be given as late as February

WHAT: A respiratory illness often characterized by fever/chills, body aches, cough, sore throat, runny/ stuffy nose, &/or headache

MISC: A single shot, with a more potent version for people age 65+

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Shingles

WHO: Approved for adults age 50+, CDC recommended for adults 60+

WHEN: The 1st shot can be given at anytime, followed by a 2nd shot given 2-6 months later

WHAT: A painful rash (possibly severe) that can lead to residual nerve pain & sometimes vision loss

MISC: Shingles is not contagious, but can recur multiple times.

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Pertussis

WHO: All children. All pregnant women. All adults.

WHEN: Boosters at age 5 & 12, then every 10 years. Also between 27-36 weeks gestation, & at least 2 weeks before seeing a newborn.

WHAT: "Whooping Cough" is a bacterial infection with severe cough and difficulty breathing.

MISC: TdaP also provides protection against tetanus.

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Pneumonia

WHO: All adults 65+. Any adult who smokes. People from 2-64 w/certain conditions.

WHEN: May be given at any time.

WHAT: Inflammation of the lungs caused by Strep. Pneumo. bacteria (this vaccine covers 23 serotypes)

MISC: Pneumonia can be caused by bacteria, viruses, fungi, and more. Before vaccines, the Strep. Pneumo. bacteria caused 90% of cases.

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Hepatitis
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Meningitis
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Varicella
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Polio
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Measles, Mumps, & Rubella
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