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Who should get the hepatitis A vaccine?

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The CDC recommends the vaccine for kids between 12 and 23 months old and certain groups of older children who were never vaccinated. Doctors give the hepatitis A vaccine in two doses at least 6 months apart.

From: Vaccines for Preteens and Teens WebMD Medical Reference

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CDC National Immunization Program.

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on February 02, 2019

SOURCES: 

CDC. 

CDC National Immunization Program.

Reviewed by Dan Brennan on February 02, 2019

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