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Immunization

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.1. Influenza;

                  3.1.a.2. Pneumococcal;

                  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).

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