Immunizations for Measles

Measles is a very contagious viral illness, but ensuring you are up to date with your immunizations can help protect you and prevent the spread of this virus.

You can learn more about measles here, as well as learn whether you would benefit from getting another measles vaccine.

In order to ensure you are up to date on all the immunizations as per current Ontario guidelines, please contact the public health unit where you went to elementary school and high school to request the most accurate summary of all the immunizations you received during your school years.

You may also have a yellow immunization card and/or other documentation slips. You may also send those as well so that we can consolidate everything for you. The most accurate documentation of school-aged immunizations though would be from public health units.

Once received, please email a copy to us. We will review and make recommendations for any further immunizations required, if applicable.

Durham Region Public Health – 1-800-841-2729
Toronto Public Health – 416-392-1250 or 416-396-4228
York Region Public Health – 1-877-464-9675 ext 73542

For York Region Public Health

For information about Catch Up Clinics – for missing school vaccines

For Toronto Public Health: