COVID-19, Flu and RSV vaccines will be available soon.
Vaccines will be available in the coming weeks at healthcare provider offices, pharmacies, and local health departments. Community vaccine clinics may also be held at worksites, schools, health clinics, and other locations. Check with your health insurance or the vaccine provider about any costs before receiving the vaccines.
Keep your kids healthy with a well-child check.
Wellness checkups are more than just checkups for babies or a schedule of when to get shots. Kids grow and develop quickly, and need to learn to do many new things during childhood and adolescence. You know your child best—and doctors know that. Wellness checkups are how you and a healthcare provider you trust can work together as a team to keep your child or teen safe, healthy, and developing the skills needed at different times in life. Click on your child’s age to find out which immunizations and health screenings your child needs at each age—or needs to catch up on.
Your body doesn't always give alerts to health problems, so get screened.
It’s important to get a wellness checkup every year because many health conditions don’t cause symptoms until they’re serious. Most serious health conditions and diseases can be prevented or are easier to treat if you catch them early.
Click on your age to find out which health screenings and immunizations you need right now—or need to catch up on.
Caregivers: what's your reason to stay updated?
As a caregiver, you do everything you can for your loved ones. That should include making sure you and those you care for are updated on immunizations and health screenings. So, keep everyone healthy, safe and up to date. See what’s recommended for specific age groups below.
Your Loved One's Age
Help others stay as healthy as possible by encouraging them to stay current on their health checks. Share the messages below with those you care about.