Hepatitis A: For people with chronic liver disease or clotting factor disorders. Also for men who have sex with men (MSM) and close contacts of newly arriving international adoptees.
Hepatitis B: For people with chronic liver disease, clotting factor disorders, diabetes, HIV or another sexually transmitted infection, or are on dialysis. Also for MSM, health care workers, and developmental disability workers.
Meningococcal: For people with certain chronic immune defects, occupational exposure, and first-year college students up to age 21 living in a residence hall. Also for people without a spleen.
Pneumococcal: For people who have diabetes; lung, heart, or liver disease (including alcoholism); a compromised immune system; cochlear implants; smoke cigarettes; do not have a spleen; or live in a long-term care facility.
If you’re traveling outside the United States, you may need to be vaccinated against hepatitis A, hepatitis B, measles, mumps, rubella, influenza, meningococcal, yellow fever, typhoid, rabies, or Japanese encephalitis. See Immunization Information for International Travelers and talk to your provider about where you're traveling.