Stay Up to Date With Your Vaccination Schedule

Post Date: March 2017  |  Category: General Wellness Immunizations Senior Health

Protect yourself and the people you love.

It’s extremely important for seniors to stay up-to-date on their immunizations.

Here’s why:

  • Anyone over 64 is at a greater risk for Pneumonia. Even if you’ve had the vaccine, the CDC now recommends two immunizations to be fully protected.

  • If you are around infants and haven’t had the TDAP vaccine, you could pass a dangerous disease on to your favorite little ones. Whooping cough is very contagious, but a one-time TDAP shot will protect you and your grandkids.

  • If you are around infants and haven’t had the TDAP vaccine, you could pass a dangerous disease on to your favorite little ones. Whooping cough is very contagious, but a one-time TDAP shot will protect you and your grandkids.

And all of these vaccinations are covered by Medicare. So talk to your Rite Aid pharmacist today about the vaccines you need to stay healthy.


These articles are not a substitute for medical advice, and are not intended to treat or cure any disease. Advances in medicine may cause this information to become outdated, invalid, or subject to debate. Professional opinions and interpretations of scientific literature may vary. Consult your healthcare professional before making changes to your diet, exercise, or medication regime.