You may be right, with respect to kids today, I can not say as we have no kids....
I am a Canadian Health Care employee. When I entered into the work force in 1999 it was recommended I have a Hep B shot. In 2006 we took our first cruise and it was recommended that I get the Hep A shot. There is little to no incidence of Hep A in Canada. When my gf travelled with me on the cruise it was recommended that she get the "Twinrix" vaccine which is Hep A & B. Today (in Canada) the Twinrix vaccine is the same cost as Hep A or B by themselves, so overall if you have never had either, it's just as well to be vaccinated against both today.
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