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ImmunizeBC does not have access to your child’s immunization records. If you need a copy of your child’s immunization records, there are several places you can look:Read Full Answer
While vaccinations are highly effective, and greatly decrease the chance of contracting preventable diseases, no vaccine is 100% effective. Depending on the vaccine, about 1% to 5% of children who are vaccinated fail to develop immunity. If these children are exposed to that disease, they could get sick.Read Full Answer
Your child can get routine vaccines for free at your local public health unit. You can find the contact information for your local public health unit here. It's important that you bring your child's immunization record with you to the appointment. Vaccine schedules and recommendations differ between provinces.Read Full Answer
Vaccine recommendations and schedules differ between countries. It is important that you bring copies of your children's immunization records with you to Canada. There is no specific form but the record should include at least the name of the vaccines and dates they were given.Read Full Answer
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