The following vaccines are available through Public Health Sudbury & Districts. Learn more about each or book an appointment with our Immunization Clinic.
School-age children require certain vaccinations to attend school. Children attending a licensed daycare also require certain vaccinations. Parents, guardians and health care providers can report the vaccinations to Public Health Sudbury & Districts to keep childrens’ records up-to-date and avoid school suspensions.
Adults are encouraged to access and update their immunization records.
- coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine
- diphtheria toxoid vaccine
- haemophilus vaccine
- hepatitis A vaccine
- hepatitis B vaccine
- herpes zoster (shingles) vaccine
- human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine
- influenza vaccine
- measles vaccine
- meningococcal vaccine
- mumps vaccine
- pertussis vaccine
- pneumococcal vaccine
- poliomyelitis vaccine
- rotavirus vaccine
- rubella vaccine
- tetanus toxoid vaccine
- typhoid vaccine
- varicella (chickenpox) vaccine
Vaccines not available
- cholera and Enterotoxigenic Escherichia Coli (travellers’ diarrhea) vaccine
- Japanese encephalitis vaccine
- yellow fever vaccine
Public Health Sudbury & Districts staff can provide educational information, including presentations on immunization and diseases that can be prevented through vaccination, to groups of interested citizens.
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
- Ontario’s Routine Immunization Schedule (Ministry of Health & Long Term Care)
- Immunizations for School Attendance
- Publicly Funded Immunization Schedules for Ontario [PDF 267 KB]
This item was last modified on June 9, 2021