Immunization schedule for infants born before June 1, 2019

This is the immunization schedule for infants born before June 1, 2019:

Immunization schedule for infants born on or after June 1, 2019

This is the immunization schedule for infants born on or after June 1, 2019:

Immunization schedule for school-age children

This is the immunization schedule for school-age children:

  • The Varicella vaccine is given between 4 and 6 years of age;
  • The Diphtheria-tetanus-whooping cough-polio vaccine is given between 4 and 6 years of age;
  • The Hepatitis A-hepatitis B vaccine is given in the 4th year of primary school and in the 3rd year of high school (without hepatitis A). Since September 2020, the first dose has been administered in Grade 4 of primary school and the second dose in Secondary 3;
  • The Human papillomavirus vaccine is given in the 4th year of primary school and in the 3rd year of high school. Since September 2020, the first dose has been administered in Grade 4 of primary school and the second dose in Secondary 3;
  • The Diphtheria-tetanus vaccine is given in the 3rd year of high school;
  • The Meningococcal C vaccine is given in the 3rd year of high school.

Immunization schedule for adults

This is the immunization schedule for adults:

  • The Pneumococcus vaccine is recommended for people age 65 years and older;
  • The Flu vaccine (offered every year in fall/winter) is recommended every year from age 75;
  • The Whooping cough vaccine is recommended for pregnant women of all ages; one dose during each pregnancy, ideally between the 26th and the 32nd week.The vaccine can be given at other times during pregnancy if it is not possible between the 26th and the 32nd week. Consult a doctor or a nurse for more details;
  • A dose of the Diphtheria-tetanus vaccine is recommended at 50 years of age.