The updated COVID-19 vaccine, released on September 12, 2023, more closely targets currently circulating variants. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends that everyone ages 6 months and older get an updated COVID-19 vaccine* to help protect against serious illness from COVID-19. Eligible patients can receive an updated COVID-19 vaccine at least two months after their last dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Recommended updated (2023–2024 Formula) COVID-19 vaccines for people who are NOT moderately or severely immunocompromised
Recommended updated (2023–2024 Formula) COVID-19 vaccines for people who ARE moderately or severely immunocompromised*†
The CDC recommends two doses for two groups:
Adults ages 50 and older
Adults ages 19 and older if they have a weakened immune system from disease or therapy
The CDC recommends an annual flu vaccination for nearly everyone 6 months of age and older, and Your Popular pharmacists are able to vaccinate patients as young as 3 years old in some states. Get your flu shot to help reduce your risk of serious complications from the flu, including hospitalization..
Adults 60 years old and over
Adults 60 years of age and older may receive a single dose of RSV vaccine using shared clinical decision-making.
1 dose of maternal RSV vaccine during weeks 32 through 36 of pregnancy, administered immediately before or during RSV season. Abrysvo is the only RSV vaccine recommended during pregnancy.
The Tdap vaccine can help prevent tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (whooping cough). The CDC recommends that all adolescents receive their first Tdap vaccine, and it highly recommends that they receive it before they become teens, getting that first shot at age 11 or 12. After that dose, they should continue to receive a Tdap vaccine for booster immunization every 10 years.
The CDC recommends this vaccine for:
Adults 65 years and older
Patients 19 years of age or older who have certain medical conditions or risk factors
The CDC recommends that the HPV vaccine be administered to individuals as young as nine years old up to those 26 years of age, or if recommended by your health care provider.