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Adenovirus6 32113 12
Anthrax3116211142 12
Botulism          
Chickenpox34112   2 
Diphtheria14 14 1 9 
General Vaccine444236336  7
Haemophilus B41 12  16 
Hepatitis A434211  3 
Hepatitis B74222 1 5 
Human Papillomavirus107 1321 3 
Influenza - Pandemic812  4  4 
Influenza - Seasonal364323211 14 
Japanese encephalitis63 1117 1 
Lyme Disease212       
Measles162 1211 2 
Meningococcal114211 2 6 
Mumps93 12 1 2 
Pertussis77 13 118 
Plague 1        
Pneumococcal551131  2 
Polio71122  15 
Rabies53 11 1 5 
Rotavirus53 112  2 
Rubella12 12 1 2 
Shingles41 1111 1 
Smallpox161127127 24
Tetanus36 14 1 10 
Tuberculosis (TB)323     2 
Tularemia   1      
Typhoid4112124 2 
Yellow Fever62 11 1 1 

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Adenovirus 1    
Anthrax712241
Botulism      
Chickenpox1     
Diphtheria1     
General Vaccine843 43
Haemophilus B      
Hepatitis A1     
Hepatitis B1     
Human Papillomavirus  111 
Influenza - Pandemic5     
Influenza - Seasonal9   2 
Japanese encephalitis2   2 
Lyme Disease      
Measles      
Meningococcal      
Mumps      
Pertussis    1 
Plague      
Pneumococcal    1 
Polio      
Rabies      
Rotavirus      
Rubella      
Shingles    1 
Smallpox51  31
Tetanus1   1 
Tuberculosis (TB)121 1 
Tularemia      
Typhoid      
Yellow Fever      

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Adenovirus 1   1
Anthrax 35332
Botulism      
Chickenpox      
Diphtheria  11  
General Vaccine 2 1  
Haemophilus B      
Hepatitis A   1  
Hepatitis B   1  
Human Papillomavirus     2
Influenza - Pandemic      
Influenza - Seasonal  22 1
Japanese encephalitis   1  
Lyme Disease      
Measles   1  
Meningococcal   1  
Mumps   1  
Pertussis  1  1
Plague      
Pneumococcal 1    
Polio   1  
Rabies      
Rotavirus      
Rubella   1  
Shingles      
Smallpox 35112
Tetanus  11 1
Tuberculosis (TB)      
Tularemia      
Typhoid  21  
Yellow Fever  2  1

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 VaccineDosing ScheduleRoute - DoseVaccine TypeRequired for AFRICOM AOR
Anthrax0,4w,6,12,18m + annual boosterIM (in deltoid), 0.5mlInactivatedN/A
Chickenpox0, 4-8w (2 dose) or + serologic testingSC, 0.5mlLiveRequired if no immunity.
Hepatitis A0, 6m (2 dose) or + serologic testing1-18yrs: IM, 0.5ml, >=19yrs: IM, 1ml, Twinrix >=18yrs: IM, 1mlInactivatedRequired.
Hepatitis B0,1,6m (3 dose) or + serologic testing0-19 yrs: IM, 0.5ml, >=20yrs: IM, 1ml, Twinrix >=18yrs: IM, 1mlInactivatedRequired.
Influenza - Seasonal1 dose annuallyInjectable: IM, 0.5ml, Intranasal: 0.2mlInjectable - inactivated, Intranasal - LiveRequired.
Measles2 lifetime doses or + serologic testingSC, 0.5mlLiveRequired.
MeningococcalMenomune, Menactra, Menevo: if at prolonged risk of disease exposure vaccinate every 5 yrsMenomune: SC, 0.5ml, Menactra, Menevo: IM, 0.5mlInactivatedRequired.
Mumps2 lifetime doses or + serologic testingSC, 0.5mlLiveRequired.
PneumococcalHigh risk: 1 dose, Asplenic Only: 1 dose + 1 time booster if 5 yrs or greater since 1st doseSC or IM, 0.5mlInactivatedRequired for asplenic and other high risk health conditions per ACIP.
Polio1 dose as adultSC or IM, 0.5mlInactivatedRequired. See the additional Interim CDC Guidance for Travel to high risk countries.
RabiesPre-Exposure: 0,7,(21 or 28d) Booster: 2-5 yr (when titer drops >1:5)IM, 1 mlInactivatedRequired for personnel at high risk for exposure IAW Service-Specific guidelines
Rubella2 lifetime doses or + serologic testingSC, 0.5mlLiveRequired.
Smallpox1 dose, every 10 yr15 percutaneous jabs for primary and re-vaccinees, over deltoidLiveN/A
Tetanus1 dose, every 10 yrs. For adults who previously have not received a dose of Tdap, 1 dose should be given regardless of interval since last tetanus vaccine.Tdap: IM, 0.5ml Tetanus Toxoid: IM, 0.5ml Td:IM, 0.5mlInactivatedRequired.
TyphoidInjectable: every 2 yr; Oral: every 5 yrInjectable: IM, 0.5ml, Oral: 4 capsules (day 1,3,5,7)Injectable - inactivated, Oral - LiveRequired.
Yellow Fever1 dose, every 10 yrs. Must be administered 10 days prior to travel.SC, 0.5mlLiveRequired. All YF vaccinations must be documented on a CDC 731 (Africa only).
Regional Vaccine Recommendations provided for informational reference purposes only.
Always vaccinate according to package inserts and DoD/Service guidelines.