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The goal of immunization is to induce active immunity in the person being vaccinated so that he or she can fight off the disease if subsequently exposed. Some vaccines provide only temporary immunity and must be given at regular intervals, while others provide permanent immunity.
Flu shot
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As of the age of six months, all Canadians should get a flu shot every year, not only to protect themselves, but also to protect others around them who may be vulnerable, such as babies too young to get the flu shot, or persons with a compromised immune system due to illness or medical treatment (e.g. cancer, transplant).
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    Get vaccinated

    Vaccination has a solid track record. Over the years, vaccination campaigns have reduced the incidence and severity of many diseases.

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    Adult vaccination

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  • PSST!

    Get vaccinated

    Vaccination has a solid track record. Over the years, vaccination campaigns have reduced the incidence and severity of many diseases.

    Available at your pharmacy Details