Vaccination Schedule for Teens & Adults

VACCINATION SCHEDULE FOR TEENS AND ADULTS
Age/Vaccine 9-11 yrs 12-15 yrs 16-18 yrs 19-26 yrs 27-45 yrs 46-55 yrs 56-64 yrs >= 65 yrs
Influenza  Single dose, a booster dose every year
Pneumococcal disease Single dose only
Measles, Mumps, Rubella
  • 2 dose – series, minimum interval: 1 month.
  • Women should receive the vaccine at least 3 month before getting pregnant
Varicella
  • 2 dose – series, minimum interval: 1 month.
  • Women should receive the vaccine at least 3 month before getting pregnant
Tetanus Women in fertility age:
– 1st dose: asap when being pregnant
– 2nd dose: 1 month after the 1st dose
– 3rd dose: at least 6 months after the 2nd dose or can be received in the next pregnancy
3 – dose series:

– 1st dose: when in need

– 2nd dose: 1 month after the 1st dose

– 3rd dose: 6 – 12 months after the 2nd dose

Diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis Single dose and a booster every 10 years
Japanese encephalitis 2 – dose series, minimum interval: 1 year Single dose only
Meningococcal ACWY Single dose only
Meningococcal disease caused by serogroups B and C 2 – dose series, minimum interval: 2 months
Hepatitis A 2 – dose series, minimum interval: 6 – 12 months
Hepatitis B 3 – dose series:

– 1st dose: 0

– 2nd dose: 1 month after 1st dose

– 3rd dose: 6 months after 1st dose

A booster every 5 year

Hepatitis A + B 2 – dose series, minimum interval: 6 – 12 months 3 – dose series:

– 1st dose

– 2nd dose: 1 month after 1st dose

– 3rd dose: 5 months after 2nd dose

HPV 3 – dose series:
– 1st dose
– 2nd dose: 1 – 2 month after  1st dose
– 3rd dose: 6 months after 1st dose
Cholera 2 – dose series, minimum interval: 2 weeks
A booster when needed
Typhoid Single dose and a booster every 3 years
Rabies 3 – dose series depending on indication
Yellow fever Single dose recommended to person traveling to or living in areas at risk for yellow fever virus