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In BC, influenza (flu) vaccines are usually available in October.  You can visit your local health authority's website or contact your local public health unit for information on influenza vaccine availability in your area.

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We assume that the health report you are referring to is your immunization record.  If not, please clarify and resubmit your question.  

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We recommend that you contact your local public health unit and ask to speak with a public health nurse.  A public health nurse can review your son's immunization history and tell you the earliest date your son can get his 18 month vaccine(s). There is a minimum interval between doses that must be met in order for the 18th month dose(s) to be considered valid.

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While Canada's National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) recommends the Tdap vaccine for all pregnant women at 26 weeks of pregnancy or later who have not received a dose of pertussis-containing vaccine in adulthood, it is not routinely provided for free in B

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In BC, influenza (flu) vaccines are usually available in October.  You can contact your local public health unit for information on influenza vaccine availability in your area.  You can find the contact information for your local public health unit here

- Immunization Nurse

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