CDC Immunization Catch-Up Job Aids Reference

Immunizations are an essential part of ensuring that high-quality care is provided to your patients. Some patients may have fallen behind in the recommended immunization schedule due to COVID-19 challenges. The Centers for Disease Control have developed job aids to assist in the interpretation of the child and adolescent immunization catch-up schedule. These job aids are intended to be complementary to the catch-up schedule and contain a series of “if, then” statements based upon age and when the child may have received prior. doses to recommend when the next dose should be administered. View them under the section header “Vaccine Catch-Up Guidance” for the following immunizations:

  • Pneumococcal (4 months through 4 years)
  • Haemophilus influenzae type b (4 months through 4 years)
  • DTaP (4 months through 6 years)
  • Tdap (7 through 9 years AND 10 through 18 years)
  • Polio

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