Age Required Vaccinations for Form I-693
2-4 years old
DT/DTP/DTaP; IPV/OPV; MMR; Hib; Hepatitis B; Varicella; Pneumococcal; Influenza (Oct-Mar)
5-6 years oldDT/DTP/DTaP; IPV/OPV; MMR; Hepatitis B; Varicella; Influenza (Oct-Mar)
7-10 years oldDT/DTP/DTaP or Td/Tdap; IPV/OPV; MMR; Hepatitis B; Varicella; Influenza (Oct-Mar)
11-17 years oldTd/Tdap; IPV/OPV; MMR; Hepatitis B; Varicella; Meningococcal; Influenza (Oct-Mar)
18 years oldTd/Tdap; MMR; Hepatitis B; Varicella; Meningococcal; Influenza (Oct-Mar)
19-64 years oldTd/Tdap; MMR*; Varicella; Influenza (Oct-Mar)
65+ years oldTd/Tdap; Varicella; Pneumococcal; Influenza (Oct-Mar)


Variables such as health status (e.g. pregnancy, immunosuppression) may impact vaccination requirements​​

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Through this State of Florida funded program, children ages 0-18 years  are eligible to receive vaccines for free at the county health department or any participating provider's office.


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If you received vaccines from a Florida-based pediatrician, urgent care facility or health department, we may be able to access your shot record. Just let us know when you call and we will check Florida Shots™  for you.


​*Applicants born before 1957 are exempt from the MMR requirement even if they fall within the age range


Vaccines For Children Program​​

Vaccination Chart