What Vaccines Do You Need This Fall/Winter?

A quick guide to vaccines recommended to protect against respiratory diseases

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Everyone age 6 months and older


Everyone age 6 months and older 


Adults age 60 years and older, pregnant women, and infants

Pneumococcal Disease

Children younger than age 2 years, adults age 65 years and older, and people with certain medical conditions 

Why Get Vaccinated?

Answers to frequently asked questions about vaccines and the diseases that vaccines help prevent


Vaccine Science & Safety

All vaccines used in the US must go through extensive safety testing before they are licensed, and safety monitoring continues as long as vaccines are used

Immunization Resources

Real stories, graphics, videos, and other tools related
to vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases

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What Is A Monoclonal Antibody?

Animated video on monoclonal antibodies–what they are, how they work, and their real-world applications for COVID-19 and RSV

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NFID Medical Director shares why he gets vaccinated
FAQs & Fact Sheets

Influenza Vaccine Options: 2023-2024 Season

Annual flu vaccination is recommended for everyone age 6 months and older, and several flu vaccine options are available

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Vaccines for Life

Animated videos highlighting the importance of staying up to date on all recommended vaccines throughout our lives

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Featured News

News and commentary about vaccine-preventable diseases
and vaccine policies and programs.