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We recommend that you contact your local public health unit and make an appointment for your child to get immunized.  A public health nurse can review your child's immunization record and recommend and provide any missing vaccines. You can find the contact information for your local public health unit here

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You will need to contact your local public health unit to make an appointment for your child to get immunized.  You can find the contact information for your local public health unit here

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There is no central registry of all immunizations provided in BC.  You can find tips for locating immunization records here.

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We recommend that you contact your local public health unit and ask to speak with a public health nurse.  A public health nurse can review your child's immunization record, recommend and provide any missing vaccines, and ensure your child is up-to-date as per the recommended BC immunization schedule.

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