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Information and resources on immunizations to help protect you and your family from the spread of diseases.
Anyone five years of age and older is eligible for the vaccine. Parents can register their child in the Get Vaccinated provincial system to be notified of when your child can get vaccinated.
Help slow down the spread of influenza.
How to request your immunization records.
Find out where to book an immunization appointment and what to expect when you get there.
Vaccination status reporting regulation
Starting July 1, 2019, parents and guardians need to report the vaccination status of their school-age children.
Help protect your community by reporting your child's immunizations to your public health unit.
Get answers to common questions about immunization.
Diseases and immunizations
Get immunized against common diseases.
Infants and toddlers immunizations
Getting your child immunized, and immunized on time, is one of the most important ways to keep them healthy.
Children and youth immunizations
As children get older, their protection from infant immunizations can wear off. They can also be at risk of new diseases.
Immunizations are not just for children. Get information on the recommended immunizations for adults.
Pregnant women immunizations
One of the best ways to protect yourself and your unborn baby is to get your vaccines up-to-date before pregnancy.
Keeping up-to-date with your immunizations is important to staying healthy as you get older.
If you plan on travelling, it is important to get immunized before you go.
Learn about the immunization rates in your community.
Immunization digital tools and apps
Apps to help you keep track of your immunizations.
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