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Back to School Immunizations

School-age children, from preschoolers to college students, need vaccines. Making sure that children of all ages receive all their vaccinations on time is one of the most important things you can do as a parent to ensure your children's long-term health—as well as the health of friends, classmates, and others in your community.If you're unsure of your state's school requirements, now is the time to check with your child's doctor, your child's school, or your health department. That way, you can get your child any vaccines he needs before the back-to-school rush.
Send Your Kids Back to School with Their Vaccines Up to Date Back-to-school season is here. It’s a time for parents to gather school supplies and backpacks. It’s also the perfect time to make sure your kids are up-to-date on their vaccines. Getting children all of the vaccines recommended by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC is one of the most important things parents can do to help protect their children’s health—and that of their classmates and their community. Most schools require children to be current on vaccinations before enrolling to protect the health of all students. Today’s childhood vaccines protect against serious and potentially life-threatening diseases, including polio, measles, whooping cough, and chickenpox. Since 2010, we see between 10,000 and 50,000 cases of whooping cough and up to 20 babies die each year in the United States. Most whooping cough deaths are among babies who are too young to be protected by their own vaccination. When children are not vaccinated, they are at increased risk of disease and can spread diseases to others in their classrooms and community—including babies who are too young to be fully vaccinated, and people with weakened immune systems due to cancer and other health conditions. School age children need vaccines. For example, kids who are 4 to 6 years old are due for boosters of four vaccines: DTaP (diphtheria, tetanus, and pertussis, also called whooping cough), chickenpox, MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella), and polio. Older children, like pre-teens and teens, need Tdap (tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis), HPV (human papillomavirus), and MenACWY (meningococcal conjugate virus) vaccines. In addition, yearly flu vaccines are recommended for all children 6 months and older. 

Immunization Exemptions: Individuals wishing to have a personal exemption waiver can visit their nearest health department office (click here). There is a $14.50 charge per child.

Print & fill out your paper work in advance: 
Children (pdf)
Adult (pdf)

Vaccine Information Statements: Do you have questions about specific vaccines? If so you can now download fact sheets on specific vaccines.
Get your Vaccine Information Statements here...
Utah State Immunization Site
Immunizations Required for School Admission
Immunization Recommendations for Pregnant Women

For Local Immunization Clinic Hours: Contact your Local Health Department

Immunization Schedules
Infant -6 years old
7 years old -18 years old


Download this file (Adol Sch Card 2010 English.PDF)Adol Sch Card English.PDF

[Adolescent Vaccine Schedule for 11-19 years old]

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[Adult Vaccine Schedule]

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Download this file (Childhood Immunization Schedule 2010 Eng.PDF)Childhood Immunization Schedule Eng.PDF

[Childhood Immunization Schedule]

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Download this file (College Recommendations.PDF)College Recommendations.PDF

[Utah College and Vocational Institution Immunization Recommendations]

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Download this file (Early Childhood Requirments 2011 English.PDF)Early Childhood Requirments English.PDF

[Immunization Requirements Early Childhood Programs ]

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Download this file (Kindergarten Entry Requirements 2011_English.PDF)Kindergarten Entry Requirements English.PDF

[Immunization Requirements  Kindergarten Entry 2015‐2016 ]

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Download this file (Seventh Grade Entry Requirements 2011_English.PDF)Seventh Grade Entry Requirements English.PDF

[Immunization Requirements  7th  Grade Entry 2015‐2016 ]

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July 5, 2017