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Last Reviewed: March 2017

Infant Health

Immunizations

When Should My Baby Get His First Vaccine?

It's never too late to start or finish a series of immunizations, but normally babies are given their first set of immunizations at age two months. You can take a look at the latest schedule for immunizations to find out which ones your baby needs.

To learn more about immunizations, what they do, when your baby should get them, and for immunization fact sheets in your language, visit www.ImmunizePeel.ca

For more information:

Region of Peel - Public Health
905-799-7700
Monday to Friday 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
to speak with a Public Health Nurse

Caledon residents call free of charge at 905-584-2216


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