Vaccines for Infants, Children, and Adolescents
Protect yourself and your family from serious diseases - get immunized.
- Are Your Kids Ready? and When to Get Vaccines, Birth to 16 Years (PDF)
These charts show what vaccines are needed by age and for enrolling in child care, early childhood programs, and school in Minnesota.
- Parent Information on Minnesota's Immunization Law for Child Care and Early Childhood Programs
Fact sheet on Minnesota’s immunization law for parents with children in child care and early childhood programs.
- Teens Need Vaccines, Too! (PDF)
Fact sheet showing vaccines needed for kids starting at 11-years-old and going through the teen years, until they are up-to-date.
- You're 16...We recommend these vaccines for you! (PDF)
Fact sheet from the Immunization Action Coalition about the vaccines that 16 year-olds should get.
- Minnesota's College Immunization Law
Fact sheet on Minnesota's college immunization law.
- For Everyone: Easy-to-read Schedules
CDC immunization schedules for all ages.
- Immunization Form (PDF)
Use this form to document vaccines as well as medical or non-medical exemptions for children enrolled in child care, early childhood education, or school.
- Minnesota Statutes, Section 135A.14 Statement of Immunization
Postsecondary or college immunization law in Minnesota.
- Minnesota Statutes, section 144.3351 Immunization Data
This statute governs the sharing of immunization data.
- Immunization Requirements for Homeless and Foster Children
Federal policies override our state law for children in special living situations. Children who are homeless, in foster care, or waiting to be placed in foster care are allowed to enroll without showing immunization records.
- Minnesota's Immunization Law Exemption Provision
A summary of how to obtain a medical and conscientious exemption to the Minnesota immunization law.