National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW): Vaccinate on Time, Every Time

MDHHS Division of Immunization

National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW) is a yearly observance held in April, highlighting the importance of protecting children two years and younger from vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs). On-time vaccination is critical to provide protection against potentially life-threatening diseases.

All staff in healthcare practices, including non-clinical staff, play important roles during NIIW. To highlight childhood immunizations this NIIW, learn tips for talking with parents about childhood vaccines. Access to actionable strategies, resources, and data to support getting all Americans back on-schedule with their routine immunizations to protect everyone from vaccine-preventable disease and disability is available.

Use these graphics and NIIW key messages to highlight the importance of protecting infants and young children from vaccine-preventable diseases!