By law in Ontario, Public Health needs:
Parents are responsible for providing up-to-date vaccination information.
You can report your child's vaccination by:
You can get your child's vaccinated from any of the following sources:
You can check to see if your child has the vaccines they need to attend child care or school by:
Your child could be suspended from school if their immunization records are not up to date.
Letters are sent out to parents in advance if a suspension is pending.
If you have received a school suspension letter, find out what your options are.
By law in Ontario, children need vaccinations for the following diseases:
|Vaccine Preventable Disease||Child Care||School|
|Haemophilus Influenza Type B (Hib)|
|Pertussis (whooping cough)|
|Rubella (German measles)|
|Varicella (chickenpox) for children born in 2010 or after|
Public Health strongly recommends these vaccinations:
Health Canada provides vaccination and immunization information for parents.
Ontario's Routine Immunization Schedule is also available to help families keep up-to-date on their vaccinations.