Pregnant women, adults 50 years or older, and those with a chronic health condition (asthma, chronic heart or lung disorders or impaired immune system).
All people 65 years or older, and anyone with a chronic disease (heart or lung disease, no spleen or damaged spleen).
It helps prevent shingles. This vaccine is not a substitute for the chickenpox vaccine.
Adults 60 years or older.
It prevents against four types of HPV, which together cause most cases of cervical cancer and genital warts.
Women 13 to 26 years old who did not receive it when they were younger.