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Vaccines Available Through the Brown County Public Health Division

NOTE: Beginning October 1, 2012, parents with children under 19 years of age with PRIVATE health insurance that covers vaccine will need to schedule their children’s vaccination appointments with their health care provider rather than at local public health offices. The exception to this is advertised or pre-identified mass clinics or school-based clinics held by the Brown County Public Health Division. In the case of pre-identified mass clinics or school-based clinics, immunizations are free for all children regardless of insurance coverage.

Children - Birth-18 Years of Age
VaccineProtects AgainstAge RangeLinks to Vaccine Information
Statements (VIS)
DTaPDiphtheria, Tetanus, and Acellular Pertussis8 wks - 6 yrsDTaP
TdTetanus and Diphtheria7 - 18 yrsTd
TdapTetanus, Diphtheria, and Acellular Pertussis10 - 18 yrsTdap
Polio (IPV)Polio8 wks - 18 yrsPolio
MMRMeasles, Mumps, and Rubella12 mos - 18 yrsMMR
HIB conjugateHaemophilus Influenzae Type b8 wks - yrsHIB
Hepatitis AHepatitis A12 mos - 18 yrsHepatitis A
Hepatitis BHepatitis BBirth - 18 yrsHepatitis B
VaricellaChickenpox12 mos - 18 yrsVaricella
Pneumococcal (PCV13)Pneumococcal disease8 wks - 4 yrsPneumococcal
MeningococcalMeningococcal disease11 - 18 yrsMeningococcal
Meningococcal BMeningococcal B16 - 18 yrsMeningococcal B
RotavirusRotavirus6 - 32 wksRotavirus
HPVHuman papillomavirus9 - 18 yrsHPV
FluInfluenza6 mos - 18 yrsFlu


For more information on vaccines and immunizations, please visit: www.cdc.gov/vaccines



Adults - 19 Years and Older
VaccineProtects AgainstLinks to Vaccine Information
Statements (VIS)
FluInfluenzaFlu
TdTetanus and DiphtheriaTd
TdapTetanus, Diphtheria, and Acellular PertussisTdap
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