Immunization Resources

Immunizations reduce the risk of getting a disease by working with your body’s natural defenses to build protection. Today, there are vaccines to prevent more than 20 life-threatening diseases. Talk to your doctor about getting you and your family up-to-date on vaccines. 

World Immunization Month (April 24th-3th)

World Immunization Week, celebrated in the last week of April, highlights vaccines to protect people of all ages against disease. You can learn about the different vaccines and their history.

Recommended Vaccine Schedule for Children

The vaccine schedule is designed to build your baby’s immunity at an early age. This chart shows which immunizations to get from birth to age 18. 

Recommended Vaccine Schedule for Adults

 Immunizations are not just for children! Adults of all ages need immunizations to keep us healthy. This chart shows which immunizations to get starting at age 19.

COVID-19 Vaccine Finder

You can still get the COVID-19 vaccine. Find out where to get it near you. This is the latest information from the NYC Department of Health. This information is updated often. It may change without notice.

Find a Provider Near You

Talk to your doctor about getting you and your family up-to-date on your vaccines. If you don’t have a doctor, you can find one near you. 

NYC Care: (646) 692-2272

 Call 646-NYC-CARE (646-692-2272) for free access to primary care, vaccines and other resources. Learn more about the program here.