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You can do a number of things to keep your child safe from infections. One is to keep your child up-to-date with routine vaccines (immunizations) to prevent both common and serious infections:
To see the current recommendations, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) website — www.cdc.gov/vaccines/. At every doctor visit, ask about the next recommended vaccines.
Make sure your child has a flu shot every year after age 6 months.
Your child’s day care center should have policies to help prevent the spread of germs and infections. Ask to see these policies before your child starts. Day care staff should be trained in how to follow these policies. In addition to proper hand washing throughout the day, important policies include: