For anyone who had chicken pox, also known as varicella zoster, they will also be susceptible to shingles, or herpes zoster. The virus lives at the base of the spine until later in life when it resurfaces as shingles, or herpes zoster. If the immune system is low or a person has comorbitities, this makes you more susceptible to getting shingles earlier. Some never get it if the immune system is good. But more than likely you will. That is one reason the chicken pox vaccine was developed for children. If they’ve not had chicken pox, they probably won’t get shingles. Once you get the shingles vaccine it only lasts about 5 years so you don’t want to get it to early.