Important updates: School-based Immunization Program
School-based immunization community clinics are now available by appointment to students who are in Grade 7 (born 2009), Grade 8 (born 2008), and Grade 9 (born 2007) who have not yet received vaccines typically offered at school in grade 7. Additionally, appointments are available for eligible students born in 2002 to 2006 to catch-up on vaccines they have missed. Appointments begin on September 20, 2021 and will continue until mid-November. Please note, a limited number of appointment locations will be available the week of September 20th. Check our Grade 7 Immunization webpages for updates or book an appointment now.
The following vaccines will be offered at community clinics:
Parents/guardians may also contact their health care provider to receive vaccination at a later date.
We encourage parents to continue to report their child’s vaccinations to Halton Region Public Health using the online immunization reporting system.
Additional immunization and enforcement activities (Immunization of School Pupils Act, vaccine education sessions) are currently on hold.
The Health Department leads efforts in Halton Region to prevent disease and optimize health for all citizens. Part of our work includes promoting immunization/vaccination, and monitoring compliance with provincial requirements for immunization/vaccination.
On this page, find access to information about immunization and a selection of preventable diseases.