Vaccinations and Immunizations
Vaccinations for measles
Make sure you are up-to-date, especially before travel
Children and Youth Immunization Records
Requirements for children attending a licensed child care centre / home or school
Where to Get Vaccinated
Publicly funded immunizations and appointment information
Grade 7 Vaccinations
Hepatitis B, meningitis and HPV vaccination information
Benefits of keeping your vaccines up-to-date
Cocooning to protect your newborn, vaccination schedule and reporting for babies
After Being Vaccinated
Learn about possible side effects after vaccination and how to report unexpected events
Child Care Providers
Vaccination requirements under the Child Care and Early Years Act, 2014
Report vaccinations online for children 0 to 17 years
Report each immunization to Niagara Region Public Health through Immunization Connect (except for COVID-19 vaccinations and flu shots).
- Vaccinations for children (0 -17 years) must be reported to Public Health. Doctors, child care facilities and schools don't do this for you.
- Vaccines received at a school clinic run by Niagara Region Public Health don't need to be reported
- Report vaccines received from Public Health to your health care provider
If you're having trouble trying to report vaccinations received outside of Canada using Immunization Connect, contact the Vaccine Team.
View or request immunization records
View and print immunization records for you or your child using Immunization Connect.
Children 16 years of age and older must request their own records to due privacy laws.
If you're unable to access an immunization record using Immunization Connect, contact the Vaccine Team.