Immunizationsvaccination

We at Woori Pharmacy believe in prevention whenever possible. There are many diseases which are preventable with vaccines.  Some of these can be severely debilitating or  even life threatening. We are committed to improving immunization rates and preventing pain and suffering by providing these services to our community.

Vaccines are available for:

Influenza

Pneumonia

Shingles

We are also certified to provide travel vaccinations.

Vaccine Information

vaccineinformation.org/ – This website is brought to you by the Immunization Action Coalition, a national leader in immunization education. For parents and people of all ages, it provides timely, accurate, and proven information about vaccines and the diseases they prevent. Vaccines save lives!

 

cdc.gov/vaccines/ – A major source of information about vaccines, vaccine schedules, training, vaccine preventable diseases and more. You can also follow vaccine coverage and surveillance across the country.

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