vaccination and health screen: 6 months old

Flu shots are recommended for kids 6 months or older, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Babies and toddlers getting the flu shot for the first time need two doses with four weeks in between.

If your child has an egg allergy, it’s still safe for them to receive the vaccine.

8 thoughts on “vaccination and health screen: 6 months old

  1. Okay so for a baby that clock 6months on 31st December.He takes the first flu shot on the 31st and the second on the 28th of January 2021

  2. Noted ma. you know when you write like this & you refer to the Americans we miss out of it knowing how we Africans show non challant attitudes towards health anyways it’s helpful for the learned ones.

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