Here are some of the tools and information we recommend using to best protect your child and yourself.

Recommended immunization schedules

Michigan School & childcare Immunization Requirements

Request your child’s immunization record

Other Vaccination Organizations & Advocates

For your appointment

Common Vaccine FAQs

About I Vaccinate

I Vaccinate provides information and tools based on real medical science and research to help Michigan parents protect their kids. Support is provided by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services and the Franny Strong Foundation.

You’ve got questions. That’s a good thing.

As parents, determining how best to protect our children can be overwhelming and confusing. We’re here to help.

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On March 18, 2024, the CDC issued a Health Alert Network Health Advisory to inform clinicians of an increase in global and U.S. measles cases..
Immediately call your healthcare provider and let them know that you have been exposed to someone who has measles…
For the measles vaccine to work, the body needs time to produce protective antibodies in response to the vaccine. People are usually fully protected after about 2 or 3 weeks…
CDC considers you protected from measles if you have written documentation (records) showing at least one of the following criteria…
The measles vaccine is very effective. Two doses of measles vaccine are about 97% effective at preventing measles if exposed to the virus…
Measles symptoms don’t appear immediately after exposure. Illness often starts with typical respiratory symptoms and eventually a rash develops…
Measles is a serious, contagious respiratory disease that can be dangerous, especially for babies and young children. For some children, measles can lead to pneumonia (a serious lung infection), lifelong brain damage, deafness, and even death…

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