Alberta

Alberta Health is collaborating with Alberta Health Services (AHS) on a plan to ensure access to the HPV vaccine for Albertans. Currently, AHS is planning on relaunching the school‑based HPV immunization program starting in October 2020. The goal is to complete all school-based HPV immunizations according to the Alberta routine immunization schedule by the end of the 2020/2021 school year.

The Government of Alberta prides itself in having a comprehensive immunization program and we will continue to work closely with key partners to ensure access to immunization services.

 

British Columbia 

At this time, Immunize BC is asking that individuals be directed to their local health units as they will be able to provide up to date location and case specific information to help address any questions.

 

Manitoba

Waiting on government’s plan of action.

 

New Brunswick 

Waiting on government’s plan of action.

 

Newfoundland and Labrador 

Waiting on government’s plan of action.

 

Northwest Territories 

The GNWT has developed a plan, based on the National Advisory Committee of Immunizations, to ensure routine vaccine programs including school-based vaccine programs such as HPV are maintained during the pandemic. Strategies for vaccine delivery will include protocols such that the vaccine will be delivered in a way that is safe for the public receiving vaccination and health care professionals administering the vaccine during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Nova Scotia

Waiting on government’s plan of action.

 

Nunavut

Waiting on government’s plan of action.

 

Ontario 

Waiting on government’s plan of action.

 

Prince Edward Island 

Waiting on government’s plan of action.

 

Quebec

https://publications.msss.gouv.qc.ca/msss/en/document-000112/

The HPV and hepatitis A and hepatitis B vaccines are recommended for youth in Grade 4. The main objective of HPV and hepatitis A and hepatitis B immunization is to provide protection against these infections and their complications. The two vaccines will be given at school at the same time by the local community services centre (CLSC) nurse (two vaccines will be given at each session). On the day of vaccination, ask your child to wear a short-sleeved top and to take their vaccination record to school with them if it has not already been submitted to the school. If your child is absent on the day of the vaccination session, you will still be able to have them vaccinated free of charge by following the school nurse’s instructions or by making an appointment at your CLSC.

 

Saskatchewan 

Waiting on government’s plan of action.

 

Yukon

Waiting on government’s plan of action.

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