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MMCAP for Idaho Public Agencies

State of Idaho agencies, departments, divisions, bureaus, universities, institutions, and other public agencies (any city or political subdivision of Idaho, including but not limited to, counties, school districts, highway districts, port authorities, instrumentalities of counties, cities or any political subdivision created under the laws of the State of Idaho) may purchase vaccines for adults through statewide open contract. Go to and enter “pharmaceuticals” in the search box below the Contract List bar. The contract should state “(Membership in MMCAP Required)”. Click on “contract instructions” for details on the statewide contract. MMCAP membership required. See MMCAP Routine Vaccine Ordering Brochure for more information.

Healthcare Providers-Adult

Click image below to access the Adult Schedule, by Vaccine and Age Group:

Click image below to access the Recommended Immunizations Indicated for Adults Based on Medical and Other Indications:

Click image below to access the Adult Contraindications and Precautions:

Current Vaccine Information Statements (VIS)

What Do Dates & Interim Mean?

  • The date, in red, next to each VIS is the most recent version.
  • The Interim version is to be used until the final version is available.

See What's New to learn when the final version should be available.

Note: Federal law allows up to 6 months for a new VIS to be used.

CDC maintains a current English language VIS for each vaccine. You and your patients can:

  • View and display the web page
  • Download and print the PDF file
  • Import the RTF (text) file into an electronic system
  • View on a smartphone, tablet or other web-accessible mobile device

Multi-, Routine-, & Non-Routine-Vaccine VISs


  • Multiple Vaccines (DTaP, Hib, Hepatitis B, Polio, and PCV13)
    This VIS may be used in place of the individual VISs for DTaP, Hib, Hepatitis B, Polio, and PCV13 when two or more of these vaccines are administered during the same visit. It may be used for infants through children receiving their routine 4-6 year vaccines.



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