School-Age Children & Teens

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Vaccination Status Reporting Regulation

Starting in the 2019/20 school year, parents and guardians will be expected to provide Public Health with immunization records for students enrolled in the provincial school system.

Find out whether Public Health already has your child’s immunization record here.  This tool does not provide specific information about your child's immunizations. 

Learn more about the Vaccination Status Reporting Regulation here.

A number of vaccines are recommended for school-age children and teens. As your child gets older, they are at risk for new and different diseases that can be prevented by vaccines. Also, some vaccines that they received at a younger age can wear off, so booster doses are needed to provide continued protection.

To provide your child with the best possible protection from disease, ensure that they get their recommended vaccines on schedule.

Learn about what vaccines your child needs and when, consent for vaccines, and how to prepare for a better immunization experience.

Some immunization clinics may be affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Please contact your local health authority to find out more.

Date last reviewed: 
Tuesday, Mar 24, 2020