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INFLUENZA IMMUNIZATION CLINICS BEGIN OCTOBER 31, 2016

 

All our public drop-in clinics have been completed and an appointment will need to be booked by calling the FluLine at 306-655-4358 or toll free at 1-877-757-4358.  Appointment times are limited

You may also receive influenza vaccine at a physician office or for those over 9 years of age, at a pharmacy.  For a complete listing of physician offices and pharmacies offering influenza vaccine, click here. 

​Vaccine is highly recommended for:

Persons with a chronic health conditions

Adults 65 years of age and older.

Pregnant women in all trimesters.

Persons with severe obesity.

Residents of a long-term care facility.

Children 6 months up to and including 59 months of age (under 5 years old)  Note:  children less than 9 years of age need 2 doses of vaccine, 4 weeks apart if they have not previously received the vaccine.

Groups recommended to get immunized to protect those at high-risk include:

Health care workers and volunteers.

Household and close contacts of persons who are at risk of getting seriously ill with influenza.

Household and close contacts of babies younger than 6 months of age.

Members of households expecting babies.

Individuals providing regular childcare to children under the age of 5 years old either in or out of the home.

Persons who work with poultry or hogs.

Health Sciences students (human and animal).

Last Modified: Thursday, December 15, 2016 |
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