Communicable Disease Control

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Get immunized. Be protected.

Vaccines create immunity to protect us all from serious diseases. Vaccines work best when all children are immunized on time. Vaccines can also be called immunization, needles or shots.

News and Announcements

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National Immunization Awareness Week

April 22 to 29 is NIAW. Be an immunization superhero! Go to iBoost Immunity. For every question you answered correctly, a vaccine will be donated to UNICEF Canada.


Measles, Mumps and Rubella

Given the recent outbreaks of measles and mumps in Toronto, are you up to date? Check your family's vaccination record. Adults with 1970 to 1992 birth year may need a second dose of MMR vaccine.

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Menactra Vaccine for High School Students

High school students who need the meningococcal vaccine for school attendance, make an appointment at one of our immunization clinics.

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Improving Access to Travel Vaccines

People can now choose to receive 13 common travel vaccinesfrom participating pharmacists. Some vaccines will require a prescription from a physician. Clients will still have to pay for the vaccine and an administration fee.