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Children & Adult Immunization Program

ALL CLINICS ARE BY APPOINTMENT ONLY

CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT AT (315) 386-2325 [9:00am-3:30pm]


Clinics are usually held on Mondays and Wednesdays each week at the Human Services Center in Canton.

Private Insurance billing available. Any fees and co-pays are expected at time of immunization. We are now able to bill a variety of insurance companies and Medicare Part D plans. Please see our Vaccine Price List for more information. 

Program Goal

For all children in St. Lawrence County to be properly immunized against vaccine preventable diseases. To provide access to immunizations for children and adults.

Eligibility

St. Lawrence County residents.

Description

Provides immunization for children and adults at numerous sites in St. Lawrence County.


2021 Recommended Vaccination Schedules

Recommended Immunizations for Children - Birth through 6 years old

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Recommended Immunizations for Children 7-18 years old

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Recommended Adult Immunization Schedule by Age Group

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Important Immunization Information Links

Center For Disease Control an Prevention

View current Travel Notices from the CDC.

Resources

 

Get the Facts about EBOLA

Ebola is a rare and deadly disease. The disease is caused by infection with one of the ebolaviruses (Ebola, Sudan, Bundibugyo, or Taï Forest virus). It is spread by direct contact (through broken skin or mucous membranes) with a sick person’s blood or body fluids (urine, saliva, feces, vomit, and semen). It is also spread by direct contact with objects (such as needles) that have been contaminated with the infected body fluids or infected animals.

Symptoms of Ebola include fever, severe headache, muscle pain, vomiting, diarrhea, stomach pain, and unexplained bleeding or bruising.

NYSDOH Ebola information line:  1-800-861-2280

Trained operators are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. This line is for public health information purposes only. If you require medical attention, call your health care provider or 9-1-1 immediately.

 

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