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Babies and children vaccinations

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Babies and Children Vaccination Calendar

Here is the babies’ and vaccinations calendar recommended by the Public Health:

The Quebec immunization calendar offers free vaccinations as part of the Quebec Immunization Program. These vaccines are recommended for the entire population. Other vaccines may be indicated by a person’s health condition, living habits, work activities or when taking a trip.

Several vaccines are given during childhood. To better protect your child, do not skip any vaccinations, and have them administered at ages indicated in the calendar.

Recommended Immunization Calendar:

Vaccine that protects against:2 months4 months6 months12 months18 months4 – 6 years4th gradeSecondary 3rd
Diphtheria- Whooping Cough-Tetanus-Hepatitis B-Polio-Hib VaccineXXX (without hepatitis B)X
Pneumococcal VaccineXXX
Rotavirus VaccineXX
Meningococcal C VaccineXX
Rubella- Measles – Mumps – Chickenpox VaccineX*X
Diphtheria – Whooping Cough – Polio – Tetanus VaccineX
– Diphtheria-Tetanus VaccineX
Hepatitis A – Hepatitis B VaccineX
Human Papilloma Virus VaccineX

* For children aged 1 year or older on June 1, 2019, the dose of varicella vaccine will be given around 4-6 years.