Immunization

Immunization is one of the most important health decisions you can make for you and your children. Immunization is a safe and effective way to protect your child against many diseases and their complications. The risks of these diseases are much greater than the risks from the immunizations. Learn more and ask any questions you may have at your immunization visit.

Information on immunization and the schedule of when to immunize can change often. Visit ImmunizeAlberta.ca for the most up-to-date information.

  • Immunization overview

    Immunization should be started when your baby is 2 months old. Don’t wait—young children are at greater risk for complications from diseases that a vaccine could have prevented. Here is where you'll find the information you need to make an appointment to have your child or yourself immunized.

  • Disease and Immunization Information

    Here you'll find information on specific diseases and their vaccines such as influenza, chickenpox and meningococcal disease.

  • Immunization schedule - children

    The recommended schedule for routine immunizations for children in Alberta.

  • Immunization schedule - adults

    The recommended schedule for routine immunizations for adults in Alberta.

  • Other common questions about immunization

    Here some common questions about immunization such as whether you can trust what you read about immunizations on the Internet.

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