Immunization of School Pupils Act, RSO 1990, c I.1

The purpose of this Act is to increase the protection of the health of children against the diseases that are designated diseases under this Act. It allows the Lieutenant Governor to make regulations regarding immunizations which include, but are not limited to: prescribing programs of immunization in respect of designated diseases, including specifying immunizing agents and the number and timing of dosages of immunizing agents; and requiring and governing reports by persons who operate schools to medical officers of health in respect of records and documentation related to the immunization of children applying for admission to the schools and pupils and former pupils in the schools. Designated diseases are defined as Meningococcal disease, Pertussis and Varicella.