Some people call them immunizations. Others call them vaccinations or shots. Whatever you call them, immunizations are one of the best weapons we have against a number of serious diseases.
- Immunization Basics
When to get shots (immunizations) and other resources for your family.
Who and When | Free or low cost shots | Keeping track of shots | Immunization stories l For Adolescents l For Adults
- MIIC (Registry)
The Minnesota Immunization Information Connection (MIIC) is the statewide immunization registry.
About MIIC | Enrolling in MIIC | Submitting and Exchanging Data | User Guidance and Training | Statistics and Reports | Data Privacy | Contact Information
- For Health Care Providers
Resources to help make sure patients get the immunizations they need including a guide to providing immunizations, technical immunization schedules, Minnesota Vaccines for Children (MnVFC) Program, Got Your Shots News, vaccine protocols, forms for tracking patient immunizations, and assessment of immunization programs.
Providers Guide | Schedules | MnVFC | Got Your Shots News | Vaccine Protocols | Forms for Tracking Patient Immunizations | IPI | UUAV | Serving Adults | Occupational Health | Pharmacists | Understanding Vaccines ECHO-TV Program
- For Child Care
Forms and immunization law information specific to kids in child care.
- For School Health Personnel
Resources to help school health personnel implement the Minnesota School Immunization Law, report required disease outbreaks, and provide information to students and parents.
- For Travelers
Find out where to go for more information on the vaccines you may need when you travel.
- Diseases Prevented
Information on specific vaccine preventable diseases and vaccines.
- Immunization Laws
Minnesota law requires certain vaccines for children and adults enrolled in child care, school, or college programs or a legal exemption.
- Immunization Statistics
Immunization rates for children, mostly kindergarteners, and adults.
Childhood | MIIC Statistics and Reports
- Vaccine Safety
Lists of reliable sources of immunization information, including web sites, publications, videos, and phone numbers.