If you are using our online immunization reporting tool (external link) to report immunizations, please note it may take up to 15 business days to view your child’s updated immunization record. Our Public Health team is experiencing a higher than usual number of records being submitted at this time. We thank residents for their patience and understanding.
Please note: It is not necessary to report COVID-19 vaccines received in Ontario, as it is already recorded in the province’s COVID-19 immunization data base.
Important updates on school programs
- Halton Region Public Health has temporarily suspended some school health programs until further notice including:
- vaccine education sessions for parents and guardians; and
- Grade 7 immunizations at individual school locations.
- 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. Visit our Grade 7 School-based Immunization webpage to learn more or book an appointment now.
Every time your child gets an immunization from their healthcare provider, you need to update the Health Department. Your healthcare provider’s office does not report these records for you.
To attend school, children must have:
Halton Region Health Department enforces ISPA on behalf of the province.
Updating your immunization record
You can update your immunization record in various ways:
Use the Immunization Reporting Form to report the following online:
Update your records using Halton Region's mobile app. You can download the app at the App Store or Google Play.
Telephone, mail or fax
- Telephone: Call 311
- Mail: Halton Region Health Department
1151 Bronte Road, Oakville, ON, L6M 3L1
- Fax (secure): 905-465-3403
Currently only available in: