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There are two shingles vaccines. Shingrix (RZV) is recommended over the older vaccine,  because it is more than 90% more effective in preventing a shingles outbreak. The CDC recommends that you get Shingrix if you’re 50 or older. You would need two shots for Shingrix. One initially, with a follow up in six months. Zostavax

Shingrixe recuces your chance of getting shingles by more than 90%. Even if you still get shingles, the vaccine may help it be less painful.
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