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Immunization notice for students born in 2004 and 2005

Important Note

If you received a letter about your child's immunizations, have contacted the Health Unit, and are waiting for a call back please be aware that we are currently receiving a high volume of calls.

To serve you better please leave one message with the following information:

  • Child's name (with spelling)

  • Child's date of birth

  • Your daytime phone number

  • Detailed question

We will return your call as soon as possible, but please be advised that this may take several days.  

Thank you for your patience and understanding.


  • Only students that are missing information/vaccines will receive a letter
  • Students require a booster dose of Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis between 14-16 years of age
  • It is the parent or caregiver's responsibility to report their child's immunizations to the Health Unit, not the doctor
  • You can view and report your immunization records to the Brant County Health Unit at  
  • Proof of COVID-19 vaccines is currently not a requirement to attend school and does not need to be reported. 

Notice Letters

Notice letters were mailed to the homes of students born in 2004 and 2005 who, according to Health Unit records, need immunization against one or more of the diseases listed below:

Reporting Vaccinations

Students who received a notice letter and need to update their records can report their vaccinations by:

  • Online
  • Phone: 519-753-4937 ext. 451
  • Fax: 519-753-2140
  • Mail/In person: 194 Terrace Hill St., Brantford, ON N3R 1G7
  • Drop box: Located outside east entrance door (Terrace Hill St. and McMurray St.) (drop off copy of yellow card/immunization record or printout of immunization record)

When reporting immunizations to the Brant County Health Unit, please include:

  • Correct spelling of child’s name
  • Date of birth
  • Healthcard number
  • Daytime phone number
  • Date and name of vaccine given
  • Name and phone number of family doctor (if applicable)

Get Vaccinated

Students who received a letter and need immunizations are able to attend  a high school clinic at their school (no appointment required) or book an appointment at the Health Unit.