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Immunizations are not just for kids!

Keeping your vaccinations up-to-date, especially if you travel is an important part of keeping you and your loved ones healthy. Talk to your healthcare provider to find out what vaccines you need.

To learn more about vaccines for you and your family, visit one of our information pages:

  • A Healthy Start: (Babies from birth to age 2 and pregnant women)
  • Back to School (Children, Pre-Teens, and Teens to age 18)
  • Off to the future means vaccines, too. (Young Adults 19-26)
  • Not Just for Kids: (Adults age 26+)

    Additional information may be found at www.cdc.gov/vaccines.

Our Immunization Team is available to answer any questions you may have, including New York State's Vaccines for Children's Program.   Please call us at (845) 486-3409  or email us at clinics@dutchessny.gov.

New York State has guidance for Immunization Requirements for childcare, preschool, and k-12 levels, including the Immunization Survey for School Nurses.

New York State Immunization Requirements for School Entry

Recommended Vaccines

General Vaccine Information

Contraindications & Precautions for:


Is it Really a Contraindication? Conditions Commonly Misperceived as Contraindications to Vaccination

Cancer Prevention Vaccine! Find out the facts about HPV Vaccine (Human Papilloma Virus) to prevent certain cancers in our young adults.

Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Vaccine Education Center

Flu Mask Requirements - Letter from NYSDOH   FAQs (pdf)

Immunization of Health Care Personnel

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s App for Travelers