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Polio vaccination : what everyone should know

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      Updated August 11, 2022

      In July 2022, CDC was notified of a case of polio in an unvaccinated individual from Rockland County, New York, and is consulting with the New York State Department of Health on their investigation. Public health experts are working to understand how and where the individual was infected and to provide protective measures, such as vaccination services to the community to prevent the spread of polio to under- and unvaccinated individuals. This does not change CDC recommendations for polio vaccination. CDC urges everyone who is not fully vaccinated to complete the polio vaccination series as soon as possible. Small updates were made on this page to clarify vaccination recommendations for adults and some other specific populations.

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      Who Should Get the Polio Vaccine? -- Includes accelerated schedule for children -- Who Should Not Get the Polio Vaccine? -- What are the Types of Polio Vaccine? -- How Well Does Polio Vaccine Work? -- What are the Possible Side Effects of Polio Vaccine? -- What are the Childcare and School Vaccine Requirements? -- How Can People Pay for Polio Vaccine? -- Educational Materials.
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