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Immunization

Parents must report all immunization information to public health for all children attending school. Health Care Providers do not contact the health unit regarding immunizations they provide.

Report your child’s immunization to the health unit by secure on-line form, fax, mail or phone.

During the past 50 years, vaccines have increased life expectancy by protecting against some very serious diseases. Immunization protects people of all ages from harmful diseases that once devastated our communities, our country and our world.

Protect yourself and your family by following the recommended immunization schedule. Vaccines are safe and effective. The risk of side effects from any vaccine is much less than that of the disease it is protecting against. Understanding the facts about immunization will help you make an informed choice about protecting yourself and your family.

 

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Page Last Modified: Friday, 06 March 2015.