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Routine Immunizations

Routine immunizations are recommended for travel to all parts of the world for those who are behind on them.

Available at all Away Clinic locations:

Away Clinic is an Arizona-based travel vaccine provider specializing in hard-to-find vaccines and expert medical advice for international travelers. Vaccines are administered by a registered nurse following CDC guidelines. 

Where can I get Routine Vaccines?

While we specialize in rare, hard-to-find travel vaccines, we also offer routine vaccines at all of our locations. Schedule an appointment at your local Away Clinic to get vaccinated. Away Clinic carries vaccines for every age group, from newborn to centenarian.

A common booster vaccine recommended at least every 10 years is the tetanus shot. For adults over 50, the zoster vaccine can prevent shingles in those who have had chickenpox or the chickenpox vaccine previously.

What are Routine Vaccines?

The CDC has vaccine schedules available for newborns, pediatrics & adolescents, and adults. Different vaccinations are recommended at different stages of life. Some are required to enter the public school system in kindergarten.

Many adults may have lost their vaccine records, but a quick, easy blood test can show the antibody titers. These antibody titers give a quantitative overview of someone’s immunity to certain disease processes.

What are some Vaccine Side Effects?

Most mild reactions to vaccines include soreness, redness, swelling, or itching at the injection site. Some people faint after medical procedures, so always tell your healthcare provider about this prior to receiving the vaccination. Severe reactions to vaccines are rare. A few vaccines are multi-dose series, so you may have to return for a second or third dose during a specified time period.

Find out what vaccines you need for your trip

Check out our Safe Travel Guide

Tips for safe travel, travel supplies checklist, travel insurance, travel shopping lists.

Find out what vaccines you need for your trip

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East Asia

Europe & North/Central Asia

Australia & the Pacific

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