INDIANAPOLIS - With recent outbreaks of what were once eradicated diseases, like mumps and measles, health officials say vaccines for children are more important than ever.
These are the vaccination requirements in Indiana:
- Chicken pox
- Measles, mumps and rubella
- Whooping cough
- Hepatitis A (*new requirement)
- Meningitis (*new requirement)
Most of the required kindergarten vaccines are staggered throughout childhood, not done in one visit.