Vaccine Information Statements provide information on the immunizations given to babies, children, teens and young adults.
Each shot has its own Vaccine Information Statement or VIS.
The VIS explains:
- why get vaccinated
- information about the specific vaccine
- who shouldn’t get vaccinated with this shot
- risks of vaccine reaction
- what to do if there is a reaction
- links for additional information
Parents and patients should review the VIS when shots are given.
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