I know it's recommended for anyone visiting within the first 2 months to be current on their flu and Tdap vaccine. But what'a considered current or up to date with the Tdap? Obviously the flu shot is given annually, but the Tdap seems to only be done every 10 years? Is someone still considered "safe" to be around my baby if they had the vaccine 10 years ago, or even 2-4 years ago? And what about grandparents who are considered too old for the vaccine?
Im pro vaccination and have no problem telling people not to visit if they are not vaccinated. If they don't care enough to help protect my baby then they don't need to see him until he's old enough to protect himself. But I'm torn on restricting those who have been vaccinated, but the vaccine was done years ago; or grandparents who simply can't be vaccinated and may be forced to miss meeting their first great grandchild.