Routine vaccines are those that are recommended for everyone, depending on age and vaccine history. In addition to childhood vaccines, there are also routine vaccines for adolescents, pregnant women, adults, and older adults. Each one is designed to protect you from the diseases that most affect you at each point of your life.
Routine vaccines protect you from infectious diseases as measles, rubella, influenza, polio, yellow fever, pneumococus, or HPV, that can spread rapidly in groups of unvaccinated people. It is important that you receive all doses of a vaccination series to be completely protected.
Ask your health provider or nearby health center to find out what vaccines you need based on your age, health and vaccination history.
Click on your region and country name below to find out which vaccines you need and they are offered based on where you live and how old you are: