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HEPATITIS A VACCINATIONS

Protect Yourself Against Hepatitis A . . . Get Vaccinated!

The most common place to be vaccinated is at your doctor’s office. You may want to check with your health insurance to determine if the vaccination against Hepatitis A is reimbursable to you. If you do not have medical insurance, or if you are not covered for vaccination by your medical insurance carrier, you should contact your local health department to determine if they provide vaccine at low-cost. Refer to the County Resources section on this web site for health department information in your area. If you have health insurance, contact your agency directly, or you might try calling this toll-free telephone number to see if you insurance covers hepatitis A vaccination – 1-888-822-2749.

Remember, if you have a liver disease such as hepatitis B or hepatitis C, it is very important that you talk with you doctor about immunization against hepatitis A (and B) if you do not have a prior exposure to these viruses.

Hepatitis A Vaccine – What You Need To Know

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