For decades, medical professionals have given guidance on what vaccines are recommended during the course of an average person’s life. Vaccines are a hot topic this year, so check out these CDC resources on recommended COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 vaccines, as well as who should get them.
This CDC page shows what non-COVID-19 vaccines all adults need as well as which ones are additionally recommended based on things like health conditions or travel schedule.
Children aged 0-18 are recommended several different vaccines at various stages of their lives. This CDC page lays out the non-COVID-19 vaccines that are recommended for based on their age grouping.
Non-COVID-19 vaccine recommendations for before, during, and after pregnancy, as well as vaccine safety during pregnancy, are outlined on this CDC resource page for those who are pregnant or considering getting pregnant.
This page from the CDC outlines the latest reports containing COVID-19 vaccination recommendations.
Questions such as whether it is safe to get the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant or if you have an underlying health condition are answered in this CDC frequently asked questions page under the section on “Vaccine Safety.”
Don’t forget to check out the library’s resource page on COVID-19 , where you can find links to the latest credible information about COVID-19 or the COVID-19 vaccines.