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    Several vaccinations protect us from the complications of vaccine-preventable diseases. But besides the annual flu jab, many people aren’t sure about the vaccines available to them and which ones to receive. These include the HPV vaccine, DPT vaccine, Pneumococcal vaccine and more.

    With the recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO), Hong Kong Centre for Health Protection (CHP), Department of Health (DH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), we’ve created a guide about the vaccinations you should consider, personalised to your circumstances.

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    Which Vaccinations Do I Need?

    Please fill out the fields below as accurately as possible to receive the latest information on vaccines.

    Vaccinations to consider

    Please Note

    You have a history of allergic reaction or anaphylaxis to certain vaccines. Please consult your doctor regarding which vaccine is contraindicated.

    The MMR vaccine is not suitable for women who are currently pregnant.

    Women should also avoid getting pregnant for 4 weeks after the vaccine.

    All live attenuated vaccines such as MMR and some travel vaccines (e.g. yellow fever, and Japanese Encephalitis) are not suitable for women who are currently pregnant.

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    DPT

    You might need a booster dose of tetanus, diphtheria, and pertussis vaccine (Tdap) if you have not received one in the last 10 years.

    Polio

    You might need a booster dose of polio vaccine if you have not received one in the last 10 years.

    MMR

    Your age indicates that you might need the MMR vaccine if you have not received a course before.

    If you plan to travel to areas where MMR is common, you should get the MMR vaccine. Please refer to the CDC travel website: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel to see the MMR vaccine recommendations for your travel destination.

    You should refrain from getting this vaccine if you're pregnant and avoid getting pregnant for 4 weeks after the vaccine.

    Hepatitis A

    You might need a course of the hepatitis A vaccine if you have not received one before.

    If you plan to travel to areas where hepatitis A is common, you should get the hepatitis A vaccine. Please refer to the CDC travel website: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel to see the hepatitis A vaccine recommendations for your travel destination.

    If you have a chronic illness, especially chronic liver disease and blood clotting disorder, you should get the hepatitis A vaccine.

    Hepatitis B

    You might need a course of hepatitis B vaccine if you have not received one before.

    If you plan to travel to areas where hepatitis B is common, you should get the hepatitis B vaccine. Please refer to the CDC travel website: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel to see the hepatitis B vaccine recommendations for your travel destination.

    If you have a chronic illness (i.e. chronic kidney/ liver disease, diabetes, hepatitis C infection), you should get the hepatitis B vaccine.

    Haemophilus Influenzae B

    If you have a history of spleen removal, sickle cell disease, or bone marrow transplant, you should get the Hib vaccine.

    Pneumococcal

    Your age indicates that you might need the pneumococcal vaccine (one type or both types) if you have not received one before.

    If you have a chronic illness (i.e. diabetes, heart disease, chronic lung/ kidney/ liver disease), you should get the pneumococcal vaccine.

    If you have a severely weakened immune system (i.e. cancer, HIV infection, splenectomy, sickle cell disease), you should get the pneumococcal vaccine.

    Shingles

    Your age (50 years old and above) indicates that you need the shingles (zoster) vaccine. You should receive this vaccine even if you already had shingles at least 6 months ago. If you had received Zostavax vaccine (old shingles vaccine) in the past, you are recommended to have the newer Shingrix vaccine for stronger protection against shingles. If you are immunocompromised, you are recommended to have the Shingrix (recombinant) vaccine instead of Zostavax (live attenuated) vaccine.

    HPV

    Your age indicates that you might need the HPV vaccine.

    Influenza

    People aged 6 months or older should get the flu vaccine yearly.

    As you are pregnant, you should get the inactivated influenza vaccine.

    Typhoid

    If you plan to travel to areas where typhoid is common, you should get the typhoid vaccine. Please refer to the CDC travel website: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel to see the typhoid vaccine recommendations for your travel destination.

    Japanese Encephalitis Content

    If you plan to travel to areas where Japanese encephalitis (JE) is common, you should get the JE vaccine. Please refer to the CDC travel website: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel to see the JE vaccine recommendations for your travel destination.

    Rabies

    If you plan to travel to areas where rabies is common, you should get the rabies vaccine. Please refer to the CDC travel website: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel to see the rabies vaccine recommendations for your travel destination.

    Meningitis ACWY

    If you plan to travel to areas where meningitis ACWY is common, you should get the MenACWY vaccine. Please refer to the CDC travel website: https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/travel to see the MenACWY vaccine recommendations for your travel destination.

    If you have a history of spleen removal, sickle cell disease, or HIV infection, you should get the MenACWY vaccine.

    Chickenpox

    You might need the chickenpox vaccine if you have never had chickenpox OR have not received the chickenpox vaccine in the past.

    Covid-19

    Unless contraindicated, all people age 12 years and older are recommended to receive an age-appropriate COVID-19 vaccination. Individuals regardless of history of prior SARS-CoV-2 infection should receive the vaccination.

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