Toronto Public Health is investigating a confirmed case of measles. If you think you have the measles do not go to work or school. Call ahead before going to your doctor. Tell them you may have been in contact with someone with measles.

Make sure your immunizations are up-to-date before travelling. Measles and mumps are both spreading in North America, Europe and around the world. The measles mumps rubella (MMR) vaccine will protect against both of these infections.

Parents of Toronto school-aged children must provide their child’s vaccination information to Toronto Public Health. Include your child’s school name when reporting information online.

 

Vaccines for Adults

Adults need to keep up-to-date on their vaccines. Find out which vaccines you need.

Vaccines for Children

Know what vaccines are required for daycare and school attendance. For parents of Grade 7 students, learn about our free school immunization clinics.

Vaccine Preventable Diseases

See a summary of each vaccine-preventable disease and the vaccines that are used to prevent them.

Vaccine Safety

Find out how the risk of serious reactions from vaccines is very small in comparison to the diseases they protect us from.

Vaccine Fact Sheets

Fact sheets on vaccine preventable diseases are available here.