Hepatitis B

The Hepatitis B vaccine protects against the Hepatitis B virus (HBV) that can cause infection and damage to the liver. The disease is spread from person to person through body fluid contact. Hepatitis B can be serious and can cause chronic damage, fortunately, it is also preventable with vaccination.

Dosage & Instructions

The Hepatitis B vaccine is given as a 2 or 3 shots series depending on the preparation, with the first and second doses administered at least 4 weeks apart. People that have been partially vaccinated should make up for missed doses as soon as possible. A single shot of the Hepatitis B vaccine may offer protection if administered 24 hrs after exposure.


An immunization record is highly suggested for proper dosing.


Most people experience long-term protection with the completion of the course.

Recommended For

Routine immunization: travel vaccination is also recommended for visits to high-risk regions.

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