Immunization

Like eating well and exercising, immunization is a foundation for a healthy life.

Getting vaccinated is a safe and necessary part of keeping you and your family healthy.

Vaccinations are incredibly important, because immunization doesn't just protect you; it also protects everyone around you. When you get vaccinated against a disease, you build up your immune system, making you stronger and more resistant to that disease. No matter how healthy you are, if you haven't had the vaccine, you don't have the antibodies to protect you if you are ever exposed to the disease.

Stay up-to-date with your vaccinations and learn about immunization in Ontario right here!

Videos

Videos about immunization




Immunization for everyone

 
Infants and Toddlers
 

Infants and Toddlers

Learn more about vaccines for infants and children from 2 months to 4 years.

 
 
School Age Children
 

School Age Children

Learn more about vaccines for children in school from ages 4-17.

 
 
Immunization Schedule Tool
 

Immunization Schedule Tool

An interactive tool that will help you follow the latest publicly funded immunization schedule. Also available on Facebook

 
Adults
 

Adults

Learn more about vaccines for anyone over the age of 18.

 
 
Vaccines
 

All Publicly Funded Vaccines

Find a comprehensive list of all publicly funded vaccines in Ontario.

 
 
Myths and Facts
 

Myths and Facts

Pediatricians Alliance of Ontario asked more than 130 pediatricians what parents were asking them about vaccinations.

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