The Regional Municipality Of York


York Region provides a variety of child and adult immunization programs against infections like the flu, Hepatitis B, Human Papillomavirus and Meningococcal Disease. The Region also maintains and reviews immunization records for all children attending a licensed child care centre or school.

Protect yourself by learning about the spread of influenza and where to get a flu shot.

Clinics are held throughout York Region where children can receive routine or missed immunizations according to Ontario’s Publicly Funded Immunization Schedule. Clinic appointments can be booked online.

York Region maintains immunization records for all children in schools and licensed child care centres in York Region. You can update your child’s immunization records or apply for an exemption.

Students are required to provide proof of immunization against certain diseases in order to attend school in Ontario. Find out what you need to do if your child has been notified they are at risk of suspension from school.

Every year, all Grade 7 students can be immunized against hepatitis B, meningococcal disease and HPV in school-based clinics.

Find out how to order publicly-funded vaccines, return wasted vaccines, safely store and handle vaccines, and report an adverse storage condition or an adverse event following immunization.

Know what to expect before, during and after an immunization at a community immunization clinic in York Region.

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