Vaccinations should be administered following a detailed assessment looking at age, medical conditions, and disease specific risk factors. Not all vaccines are covered by the government and come with an additional cost. You may have coverage through extended health benefits. Talk to your healthcare provider or our team about what vaccines are best for you.

Vaccination Needs across the Lifespan

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Here is a summary of the vaccinations across the lifespan

*If you have already received Prevnar 13 and/or Pneumovax 23 please refer to our Pneumococcal FAQ section HERE Pneumococcal Disease FAQ’s –

Shingles vaccination (Shingrix)

The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) recommends that SHINGRIX should be offered to adults 50 years of age and older (strong recommendation).

Pneumonia vaccination (Prevnar 20)

The best way to prevent pneumonia is through vaccination PREVNAR 20 is approved for use in adults aged 18 and older. If you are 50and older, consider doing something to help prevent pneumococcal pneumonia. For more information about pneumococcal disease and Prevnar 20, check out our FAQ section here.