Get the latest information on COVID-19 vaccines including legal papers for physicians, clinical guidance, and fact sheets on the administration and operation of vaccine clinics.
Get the latest information on immunization schedules, vaccination requirements and resources for health care providers provided by the State of Texas and Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Read TMA's coverage of the coronavirus, vaccinations and infectious diseases.
A federal grant program funded by the American Rescue Plan is handing out funds to more than 140 Texas rural clinic sites.
When enough people are vaccinated, lethal diseases cannot spread and reach people who might be vulnerable – a phenomenon called community immunity. Anti-vaccine arguments are designed to downplay how risky diseases can be.
The State Board of Education has approved health education standards that would require public schools to teach the importance of human papillomavirus vaccines beginning in seventh grade.
Have vaccination questions? Call the Knowledge Center.
Explore patient education fact sheets and TMA's new Vaccines Defend What Matters campaign.
Vaccines Defend What Matters
Remove barriers to vaccination by becoming a Texas Vaccines for Children or Adult Safety Net provider.
Texas Vaccines for Children Program
Adult Safety Net Program
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