Back-to-School Immunizations

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We offer school immunizations(1) for whooping cough, meningitis and more.

Immunizations help children
stay well.

It's important to keep your kids happy and healthy.
Get school immunizations such as whooping cough
and meningitis, that may be required for your child.
Our expertly-trained pharmacists administer vaccinations
any time the pharmacy is open. Walk in any time or schedule
an appointment online.

  • No appointment necessary
  • Most insurance plans are accepted
  • 26,000 pharmacists trained to administer CDC-recommended immunizations
  • Get 500 points for each immunization2

Why are immunizations important?

Getting your child immunized is important and may be required in certain states during the back to school season. To learn more,
click on the vaccines listed below.

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Whooping Cough (Tdap, Tetanus, Diptheria and Pertussis)

What is whooping cough
Also known as pertussis, whooping cough is a highly contagious virus that causes severe coughing. The whooping cough (Tdap) vaccine also protects against diphtheria and tetanus.

Why do I need to be immunized?
You're less likely to contract pertussis, diphtheria or tetanus if youre vaccinated.

Who should get the vaccine?
Infants and young children are most at risk for developing complications. The CDC recommends infant vaccinations and a booster at ages 11 or 12 to maintain immunity.


What is meningitis?
Meningitis is the inflammation of the meninges, the protective lining that covers the brain and spinal cord, and can be caused by bacteria or viruses.

Why do I need to be immunized?
Meningitis is not very common, but people who spend time in crowded areas like dorm rooms and school classrooms are at a greater risk of contracting the disease. Meningitis can cause severe disease resulting in disabilities and even death.

Who should get the vaccine?
The meningitis vaccine is recommended for adolescents ages 11 through 18.

The Flu (influenza)

What is the flu?
The flu is an illness of the nose, throat and lungs caused by several strains of influenza viruses. It spreads when infected people cough or sneeze and can cause mild to severe illness.

Why do I need to be immunized?
The flu is highly contagious. Seasonal vaccines are designed to protect against strains likely to spread over the coming year.

Who should get the vaccine?
The CDC recommends everyone who is able to be vaccinated get immunized against the flu. Need a needle-free solution? Walgreens can vaccinate against the flu with a nasal spray.

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1 Vaccine subject to availability. State, age, and health condition-related restrictions may apply. Not all vaccine is available in all states. Not all required forms can be completed by a pharmacist in select states. See pharmacy for details. Vaccine requirements vary by school district.

2 Points cannot be earned in AR, NJ, or NY. For complete Terms and Conditions, please go to