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Vaccines and Flu Clinics

Monday, September 01, 2014

Click on the links below for more information: 


If you still need a flu shot, it is available:

  • From all health care providers and many pharmacies. To find a pharmacy offering the flu shot, visit Ontario's on-line flu clinic locator - click here
  • By appointment at the Health Unit's weekly Wednesday immunization clinic - click here for more information.

NOTE: The type of flu identified as most commonly circulating in our community is Influenza A (H1N1) which is a component or part of this year’s vaccine.  Even if you received the H1N1 vaccine in 2009, you should still get this year’s vaccine to be fully protected.



VIDEO - Learn more about the flu vaccine including how it's made and how the flu can make you sick

English - click here 

French - click here



For all clinic schedules call the FLU LINE: 624-9082 -Toll free 1-866-607-3337 (October through December) .
For FLU information or questions call - 625-8318 - Toll free I-888-294-6630 ext. 8318