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TWINRIX dosing schedules.

Standard TWINRIX dosing is 3 vaccine doses over a span of 6 months.

You choose the date for the first dose.The second dose is 1 month after the first and the last dose is 6 months after the first.

A 4-dose rapid schedule is also available for adults 19 years and older.

Even if you’re a last-minute traveller, talk to your healthcare provider.

TWINRIX can be administered at the vaccination schedules shown below. Your healthcare provider will advise you of the dosing that’s right for you or your child.

Age group Vaccine
Dose #1
Vaccine
Dose #2
Vaccine
Dose #3
Vaccine
Dose #4
Standard schedule*
TWINRIX 1.0 mL
Adults 19 years of age and older You choose
the date.
1 month
after the
first dose.
6 months
after the
first dose.
--
Rapid schedule*
TWINRIX 1.0 mL
Adults 19 years of age and older You choose
the date.
1 week
after the
first dose.
3 weeks
after the
first dose.
1 year
after the
first dose.
Standard
schedule*

TWINRIX 1.0 mL
Rapid
schedule*

TWINRIX 1.0 mL
Age
group
Adults 19
years of age
and older
Adults 19
years of age
and older
Vaccine
Dose #1
You choose
the date.
You choose
the date.
Vaccine
Dose #2
1 month
after the
first dose.
1 month
after the
first dose.
Vaccine
Dose #3
6 months
after the
first dose.
3 weeks
after the
first dose.
Vaccine
Dose #4
-- 1 year
after the
first dose.

* For long-term protection, all scheduled doses must be received.

Required only for rapid dosing.

Age group Vaccine
Dose #1
Vaccine
Dose #2
Vaccine
Dose #3
Standard schedule*
TWINRIX Junior 0.5 mL
1-18 years You choose
the date.
1 month
after the
first dose.
6 months
after the
first dose.
Alternate schedule*
TWINRIX 1.0 mL
1-15 years You choose
the date.
6-12 months
after the
first dose.
--
Standard
schedule*

TWINRIX Junior 0.5 mL
Alternate
schedule*

TWINRIX 1.0 mL
Age
group
1-18 years 1-15 years
Vaccine
Dose #1
You choose
the date.
You choose
the date.
Vaccine
Dose #2
1 month
after the
first dose.
6-12 months
after the
first dose.
Vaccine
Dose #3
6 months
after the
first dose.
--

* For long-term protection, all scheduled doses must be received.

When should I get vaccinated?

It’s important to get vaccinated against hepatitis A and B before you travel.

Your doctor will advise you of the dosing schedule that is right for you.

Use this dose planner to help plan the dates to schedule your adult TWINRIX vaccinations.

Be sure to complete the vaccination course prescribed for you. Otherwise, you may not be fully protected against hepatitis A and B.

If you miss a dose, call your healthcare provider to reschedule another visit.

To find out when you should receive your TWINRIX doses, enter your date of departure:

TWINRIX ADULT DOSE PLANNER

Based on your departure date of your vaccination schedule is*: STANDARD SCHEDULE

1st
dose
2nd
dose
3rd
dose
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Today, or on any day up to and including

4 weeks after your first dose

6 months after your first dose

1st
dose

Today, or on any day
up to and including

2nd
dose

4 weeks after your
first dose

3rd
dose

6 months after your
first dose

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* For long-term protection, all scheduled doses must be received.

If you miss the date of your first dose listed above, ask your healthcare provider about other dosing options.

Based on your departure date of your vaccination schedule is*: RAPID SCHEDULE

1st
dose
2nd
dose
3rd
dose
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4th
dose

Today, or on any day up to and including

1 week after your first dose

3 weeks after your first dose

12 months after your first dose and can be completed after you return.

1st
dose

Today, or on any day
up to and including

2nd
dose

1 week after your
first dose

3rd
dose

3 weeks after your
first dose

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4th
dose

12 months after your first
dose and can be completed
after you return

* For long-term protection, all scheduled doses must be received.

Required only for rapid dosing.

Based on your departure date of :

Talk to your healthcare provider as soon as possible about vaccination options that are right for you.

This Adult Dose Planner provides information about TWINRIX dosing schedules but is not intended to provide medical advice.

Vaccination does not provide 100% protection and cannot be used to treat or reduce the consequences of hepatitis A and B diseases.

Vaccination does not provide 100% protection and cannot be used to treat or reduce the consequences of hepatitis A and B diseases. This Adult Dose Planner provides information about TWINRIX dosing schedules but is not intended to provide medical advice. Be sure to ask your healthcare provider which vaccination schedule is right for you.

Complete your TWINRIX doses!

Otherwise, you may not be fully protected against hepatitis A and B.
If you've started your TWINRIX schedule, be sure to complete the vaccination series prescribed for you. If you miss a dose, call your healthcare provider to reschedule another visit.

Download your TWINRIX Vaccination Record

Keep track of the TWINRIX doses you have received and when to get future doses.

Immunization may not be suitable for everyone and can be associated with adverse events. Be sure to consult your healthcare provider to see which options are right for you. 100% protection cannot be guaranteed and additional doses may be required.