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Phone:
To get immunization information by phone, call the CDC Information Contact Center at:

(800)CDC-INFO   (1-800-232-4636)

E-mail:
To get answers to immunization questions via e-mail, send messages to* NIPINFO@cdc.gov 

*Note: The above email link only works in some browsers. If it doesn't work in your browser, simply open your email software and type the link into the "to" address area. 

Mail:
To get information about vaccine-preventable diseases, immunization recommendations, or the National Immunization Program at the CDC, by mail, please write to:

NIP Public Inquiries
Mailstop E-05
1600 Clifton Rd., NE 
Atlanta, GA 30333

Remember:

  • Don't send medical records.
  • We cannot answer medical questions or provide consultation. These questions are best answered by a doctor who is most familiar with the patient's condition.

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International Travel Information:
1-877-394-8747
Recorded information and fax documents pertaining to international travel including geographic  recommendations, health precautions and reported outbreaks. Also see http://www.cdc.gov/travel

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