Immunizations are one of the best ways we have to prevent a
number of serious diseases.
In Thurston County, immunizations for children are offered
by health care providers. Immunizations for older children
and adults are offered by local
pharmacies. For a list of pharmacies,
If you need assistance in
finding a health care provider, CHOICE Regional Health
Network can assist you.
Recommendation by Age
view the Pertussis Vaccine Recommendation
located on Page 3
of the document [PDF].
The Thurston County Public
Health and Social Services no longer provides adult and
children immunizations, travel immunizations, or
immunizations required for employment purposes such as TB
Skin Testing, MMR (Measles, Mumps, & Rubella), or Tetanus. To find a clinic or pharmacy near
you, ...click here
Vaccinating your children is one of the most important
things you can do as a parent or guardian to keep them safe
and healthy. See the recommended immunization schedules for
infants, children, and adolescents as well as the required
vaccinations for Washington State school students.
Getting immunized is a lifelong, life-protecting job. Take a
look at the recommended schedule for adult immunizations.
Information on adult and children’s immunizations as
well as the Vaccine for Children Program.
While Thurston County no longer provides a direct service
Travel Clinic, we are happy to list other resources in the
county that can meet your needs.
|Seasonal Influenza (Flu) Vaccine
- Routine immunization with seasonal Influenza
vaccine is now recommended for all persons 6
months of age and older.
- Young children can receive seasonal flu
shots in health care provider offices.
children and adults can receive seasonal flu
shots in health care provider offices and a
variety of places in the community (i.e.,
pharmacies, grocery stores).