A dose of easy peasy.
Brace yourself, folks, because we have exciting news: Vaccines are available right at the Publix Pharmacy. Now we know what you're thinking—vaccines don't exactly qualify as exciting news. But how about this: We'll bill Medicare and most insurance plans, send a record to your doctor, and you don't even need an appointment. Bet it's sounding more exciting now, isn't it?
Here's a look at which vaccines we offer:
||Who Needs One
||Everyone over 65 years old and those 19–64 who have a chronic medical condition.
||All adults over 50 years old, including those already vaccinated, should get the new and more effective Shingrix vaccine.
|Tdap (Tetanus, Diphtheria, and Whooping Cough)
||Everyone once as an adult, especially anyone who plans to come in contact with newborns or infants. Pregnant women should also get a dose with each pregnancy.
||All adults, with a booster every 10 years.
||Anyone at risk for the disease, anyone who wants to be protected for hepatitis A, or travelers to countries with high reported rates of hepatitis A
||Anyone managing diabetes or in contact with blood, travelers to regions with increase rate of hepatitis B, or anyone who wants to be protected from hepatitis B.
||First year college students who live in residential housing (if not previously vaccinated at 16 or older), military recruits, or travelers to countries with high reported rates of meningitis.
||Females through 26; Males through age 21.
|Measles, Mumps, Rubella
||College students, international travelers, healthcare personnel, and adults born during or after 1957 who do not have evidence of immunity.
||Everyone born in 1980 or later, healthcare personnel with no evidence of immunity to varicella regardless of date of birth, and international travelers.
||Everyone, one dose annually.
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The fine print.
State, age, or health restrictions may apply. See pharmacy for details.
Immunization Consent Forms
To expedite your service, please print the Immunization Consent Form that corresponds with your state, fill it out, and bring it to your neighborhood Publix Pharmacy.
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