Vaccines released this year will be made available later this month in the form of tetanus, the polio-linked vaccine for which a schedule has been set for release.
The schedule also includes three doses of a smallpox vaccine, two doses of pneumococcal and two doses, which are designed to be given to infants and people with weakened immune systems, for adults who are older than 65, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said in a statement.
The vaccine will also be made by a manufacturer in Australia.
The U.K. government, which is responsible for administering the vaccines, said the vaccines would be distributed to people over 65, people who have not received the vaccine for three months and people who are not in close contact with an elderly person or family member who has received the shot.
The United States will distribute three doses and will also distribute three more doses in the months to come, the CDC said.
The vaccines are part of the CDC’s effort to make sure people have access to the vaccines and make sure they are safe and effective, according to the agency.