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Are you 11-19 years old?
If so, YOU need to be vaccinated against some serious diseases. Many people think that shots are only for babies. Actually, there are millions of people between the ages of 11-19 who are at risk of getting serious diseases like tetanus, meningitis, chickenpox, infections leading to cervical cancer, and others.
Flu (Influenza) every year
Tdap (Tetanus, diphtheria, pertussis)
HPV (Human papillomavirus)
Shots are required by law for children in attendance at public and private schools, preschools, childcare facilities, and Head Start programs in Oregon. Nearly every place that provides care of a child outside of the home requires shots or a medical or nonmedical exemption to stay enrolled.
Students need to show that they’ve been vaccinated against measles when enrolling in a college or university in Oregon as a full-time student (undergraduate and graduate). The Oregon college immunization law applies to any full time student born on or after January 1, 1957.
Adolescent rates are based on data drawn from the Oregon ALERT Immunization Information System (ALERT IIS
What shots teens need, when and why to get shots
Youth guide to HPV and a reminder chart for documenting past and upcoming vaccination appointments.
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