Vaccine Reminder Letters

⚠ Students in high school will receive a reminder in February 2023
⚠ Students in elementary school will receive a vaccine reminder letter in the Spring 2023

Did your student receive a School Vaccine Reminder Letter?
• If your student has received their vaccines, click here to report
• If your student has NOT received their vaccinations, click here for booking options.

Vaccinations for Children and Youth

Vaccines play a vital role in keeping infants, children and youth healthy. Learn more about the childhood immunization schedule and requirements for daycare and school attendance.

Click below for more details about catch-up vaccines, school vaccine reminder letters and school immunizations.

Nurse, baby and mother

Vaccine Records & Reporting

Parents and guardians are responsible for notifying Lambton Public Health each time their daycare or school-aged child receives a vaccine. Learn how to view current records and report immunizations to us. 

All COVID-19 vaccine doses administered out of province should be reported, verified, and documented into COVaxON by those who are planning on staying in Canada for longer periods of time.

COVID-19 Vaccines

Check eligibility and get information about the COVID-19 vaccine. View a list of upcoming clinics and options in the community to get vaccinated.

Booking options may be limited at some clinics. Please check other locations for availability. If no appointments are available, please check again later as appointment cancellations may occur or additional appointments may be added.
A graphic rendering of a microscopic view of COVID-19.

Influenza Vaccine

The influenza vaccine (flu shot) is available in Lambton County. The community clinics hosted by Lambton Public Health (LPH) are now complete and the current flu season is winding down. Check back next fall for details about the next flu season.

Note: The flu shot is also available through participating pharmacies and healthcare providers.


Vaccination protects people of all ages from serious illness and complications of vaccine-preventable diseases. Learn more about vaccines for adults, vaccines during pregnancy and vaccines for travel.

A nurse applies a bandage to the arm of a teen after receiving a vaccine.