Immunization and vaccines
Information and facts about immunization, including travel and influenza vaccines and Canada's vaccine safety network.
Learn about the benefits of vaccination for you and your baby before, during and after pregnancy.
Includes information for parents, caregivers, and health professionals about immunization for children.
Vaccines are not just for babies and children. Learn why vaccination is important for adults too.
Learn how many serious diseases, like measles or whooping cough, are preventable.
Learn about flu symptoms and resources, as well as how to manage the flu. Also get the facts about the flu shot, and how to find a clinic near you.
Information about recommended vaccines for travelers and how to find a yellow fever vaccination clinic in Canada.
Information on the benefits, misconceptions of vaccines, safety precautions and information about Canada's vaccine surveillance system.
Learn how Canada tracks immunization against vaccine-preventable diseases. Also find out what we are doing to improve immunization registries and databases.
Learn how the Government of Canada (GC) develops best practices for provinces and territories to buy, store and handle vaccines for Canadians. Also find out how the GC works to address and prevent vaccine supply gaps or delays.
Find resources on the benefits of immunization that raise awareness on how vaccines work.
What we are doing
- Canadian Immunization Guide
- NACI Recommendations, statements and updates
- National Vaccine Storage and Handling Guidelines for Immunization Providers - 2015
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