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If your son was immunized at school in BC, the public health unit in the city or town he attended school in will have a record of his immunizations. You can find the contact information for public health units in BC here.  Your health care provider in Nova Scotia can review his record and tell you if he is missing any recommended vaccines. 

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No. MSP coverage is not required to receive publicly funded (free) vaccines in BC.  All of the vaccines provided as part of the school-based program in BC are publicly funded.

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The public health unit in the city or town you attended school in should have a record of the immunizations you received in school.  You can request this information by contacting the health unit.  You can find the contact information for public heath units in BC here

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There is no central registry of all immunizations provided in BC.  The public health unit in the city or town you attended school in should have a record of the immunizations you received at school.  You can find the contact information for public health units in BC here

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You can contact your local public health unit to make an appointment for your daughter to get her grade 9 vaccines.

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