Online Vaccination Reporting for Children 0 - 17 Years
Do not report any COVID-19 vaccination details through the online vaccination portal. Keep the client record given to you after vaccination with your immunization records and let your health care professional know you were immunized.
Parents / legal guardians and children 16 years of age and older are responsible for reporting vaccines directly to Public Health. Health care providers and schools do not do this for you. Vaccines received at a school clinic run by Niagara Region Public Health don't need to be reported here. Report vaccines received from Public Health to your health care provider.
Submit this form each time your child receives a vaccination (except for COVID-19 vaccinations and flu shots).
All information collected by this secure form is confidential and will not be shared. Public Health maintains the immunization records for children in all schools and licensed child care centres in Niagara.
These records are used to protect your child if an outbreak of a vaccine-preventable disease occurs.
Keep your yellow immunization card up to date
It's important to keep your child's immunization record (yellow card) up to date. Keep your yellow card in a safe place with other valuable documents, such as birth certificates, health cards and passports.
If you have any question or concerns, contact the Vaccine Preventable Disease program at 905-688-8248 or 1-888-505-6074, ext. 7425.