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current options in Ontario?

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We moved from Florida to Ontario when DD1 was a year. She's had the lowest available aluminum DTAP, Hib, polio, and prevnar vaccines spread out over that first year. She hasn't had anything since and she's 2yrs 8 months. I also have a one-month old DD2.

DD1 will start pre-school in January and I'm thinking I might get her caught up on some of her shots to better protect the baby, most of the above I think require one more. I'm undecided on MMR. So I could do lots of reading and figuring out but thought I'd ask to see if anyone knows what my current options are in Ontario for the next booster of those vaccines, whether they can be split (vs a combo shot), if any are available with low aluminum, and if MMR is currently available split up.

I'm also undecided on what to do for the baby (but nothing immediately, that I know), so any thoughts there too would be appreciated. Thanks.
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This may be helpful to you. http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/publicat/.../index-eng.php I don't know if there is a low aluminum one available, but I do know it is not available as separate shots.
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