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Vaccine Pocket Guides - Free!
Influenza and Pneumococcal Vaccines
To order a bulk number of free pocket guides, please fill out the online form below. Pocket guides are available for distribution only within the U.S. and U.S. territories.
For questions, email admininfo@immunize.org
NOTE: Pocket guides are not for distribution to patients. They are for use by healthcare personnel only.
Online Request Form
Bulk Quantities Only – Minimum Request: 10 Each of a Pocket Guide
Select one or more of the vaccine pocket guides; however, for each type of guide you request, the minimum quantity is 10. Enter "0" if you do not want any guides.
FIELDS MARKED WITH * ARE REQUIRED
Influenza Guide:
Out of stock. Check back in Fall 2014.
Pneumococcal Guide:
Out of stock.
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This page was updated on March 24, 2014
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