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Public Health Immunization Clinics
Saint Paul - Ramsey County Public Health Immunization Clinic | Location and Hours

2014-2015 Seasonal Flu Vaccine
This year's flu vaccine protects against the following three strains of flu:

• A/California/7/2009 (H1N1)-pdmo9-like
• A/Texas/50/2012 (H3N2)-like and,
• B/Massachusetts/2/2012-like viruses

Quadrivalent vaccines also include:

• B/Brisbane/60/2008-like virus

Seasonal flu vaccine is available during our regularly scheduled walk-in immunization clinics (days and hours below) for anyone 6 months of age and older. A brief screening will be done to determine which vaccine is right for you. If you have insurance, please bring your card to the clinic. We will determine if we can bill your insurance company.

Injectable Vaccine
For those 6 months and older. For those who are uninsured or whose insurance does not cover immunizations, a $10.00 administration fee is requested. For others the cost is $30.00.

High Dose Vaccine

Nasal Spray Vaccine

Diseases such as measles, polio and diphtheria used to be very common and millions of children were disabled or died as a result of these diseases.  Measles is being seen more frequently in the US as a result of parents choosing not to vaccinate their children.  Immunizations (also known as vaccines) are recommended  to reduce their risk of infection from these diseases.  Diseases that were once common in the United States but are now controlled by immunizations during childhood are still prevalent throughout other parts of the world.  Reliable Sources of Immunization Information | Vaccine Information Statements | All Immunization Schedules

Immunization Schedule

Children, Preteens and Adolescent   
Immunization Schedule | Vaccines for Adolescents

Immunization Schedule | Vaccines for Adults

School & Daycare Immunization Requirements    
Immunizations are required prior to starting school in Minnesota.  In addition, children in child care are required to have up to date vaccinations. 
Immunization Laws | Immunization (vaccine) Exemptions

September 1, 2014: New Immunization Laws for Schools, Child Care, and Early Childhood Programs
Fact sheet with an overview of the new requirements broken down by vaccine and grade. 
New Immunization Law Fact Sheet (pdf) | Minnesota Department of Health

Travel Immunizations
Planning travel to other countries?  It is recommended that you receive travel immunizations (vaccines) to protect yourself from disease that may exist in other parts of the world.  To determine what travel immunizations are needed you should schedule a travel consultation.  Schedule travel consultations at least 1-3 months prior to your scheduled departure.  Some immunizations take up to six months to complete the entire series. Traveler's Health

Saint Paul - Ramsey County Public Health Travel Immunization Clinic | Location and Hours

Professional Resources    
The Vaccine Guide specifies components of a vaccine, how it is documented, when and how it should be given.
Immunization Schedules | Health Care Providers Serving Adults | Tips for Occupational Health Professionals

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