West Virginia Rules permit pharmacists to administer listed vaccines without a prescription (or by using an order issued by themselves). As new shingles vaccine (Shingrix) is a form of Herpes Zoster it would be authorized for a pharmacist to administer under the CDC guidelines.
Here are the authorized vaccines:
3.1.a.3. Hepatitis A;
3.1.a.4. Hepatitis B;
3.1.a.5. Herpes Zoster;
3.1.a.6. Tetanus, tetanus-diphtheria, commonly referred to as “Td”, or tetanus-diphtheria-and-pertussis, commonly referred to as “Tdap”;
3.1.a.7. Meningococcal; and
3.1.a.8. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).
3.2.b. to any person age eleven through eighteen years of age, with written informed parental consent, when presented with a prescription from a physician and there are no contraindications to that patient receiving that immunization, including:
3.2.b.1. Influenza; and
3.2.b.2. Human Papilloma Virus (HPV).
Approved Immunization Courses
American Pharmacist Association (APhA)
University of Findlay School of Pharmacy (March 2010)
University of Florida College of Pharmacy (Sept 2013)
University of Connecticut (Sept 2013)
North Eastern University (Sept 2013)
Ohio Pharmacist Association
University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy(June 2016)
Approved CPR Courses
American Red Cross
American Heart Association
American Health & Safety Institute (December 2013)
American CPR (December 2013)
National Safety Council (December 2013)
Emergency Care & Safety Institute –ECSI (August 2016)
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