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We do not provide travel vaccine recommendations at ImmunizeBC.  We recommend that you contact your local travel clinic for this information.

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There is no central registry of all immunizations provided in BC.  A paper record would have been provided at the time of immunization.  If do not have a paper record of these immunizations, you can contact the clinic where you would have been immunized and see if they have a record of your immunizations.

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According to the Canadian Immunization Guide, protection from the hepatitis A vaccine is likely to last at least 20 years and possibly for life.  Protection from the hepatitis B vaccine is likely to last for life (however booster doses may be recommended for certain populations and for some individuals, a blood test may be recommended to ensure adequate protection against hepatitis B).

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We do not provide travel vaccine recommendations at ImmunizeBC.  We recommend that you contact your local travel clinic for this information.

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We do not provide travel vaccine recommendations at ImmunizeBC.  We recommend that you contact your local travel clinic for this information.

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