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Links to recommended vaccine schedules for children and adults, and other resources about immunizations.

HEALTH WARNING: WanaBana apple cinnamon fruit puree pouches may contain lead

October 28, 2023: The FDA advises parents and caregivers not to buy or feed WanaBana apple cinnamon fruit puree pouches to children because the product may contain elevated lead levels. There is no safe level of lead in the blood for children, and even low levels can have lifelong health impacts, including damage to the nervous system and learning, hearing and speech problems. Parents and caregivers of toddlers and young children who may have consumed the product should contact their child’s health care provider about getting a blood test. Read the FDA's alert for more information.

Washington County Public Health encourages parents and caregivers to get their children up to date on required immunizations. Oregon law requires that all K-12 students as well as day care/child care attendees are up to date with specific vaccine series based on their age or grade. Students who are not up to date by February 21, 2024, will not be able to attend their school or day care until they get up to date.

Individuals can see their health care provider for vaccines. In addition, Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center (503-601-7400) and Neighborhood Health Center (503-848-5861) will be providing vaccines at their respective school-based health centers across the county. Virginia Garcia’s 7th Avenue Clinic in Hillsboro also offers childhood vaccines and is open to anyone.

Those without insurance or a primary care doctor can call the Washington County Health Care Resource Line at 503-846-8851 to be directed to a clinic location.

Vaccine schedules

Infant & Child Immunization Schedule 

Adolescent Immunization Schedule 

Adult Immunization Schedule 

Other resources

COVID-19 Vaccines
Flu Vaccines
Oregon Immunization Program
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
American Academy of Pediatrics

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