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PNHR's 2017-18 PUBLIC
Influenza Immunization Campaign

BEGINS Monday October 23, 2017!

Get Immunized Against Influenza. . . 

All residents six months of age and older are encouraged to be immunized against the flu.

The flu vaccine is publicly-funded (free of charge) and is available at Prairie North's public immunization clinics throughout the health region and across Saskatchewan. You can also get your flu shot at some physician and nurse practitioner offices, as well as from participating pharmacies.

Only injectable vaccine is being offered this year through the province's publicly-funded influenza immunization program. The injectable vaccine provides protection against four different flu virus strains that are most likely to circulate in 2017-18. 

Flu Immunization Clinics
(Click on links to download schedules)

For Battleford and North Battleford:

For Meadow Lake and surrounding areas including Dorintosh, Goodsoil, Loon Lake and Pierceland.

For the City of Lloydminster:

For rural areas including Cut Knife, Edam, Glaslyn, Lashburn, Livelong, Maidstone, Marsden, Maymont, Meota, Mervin, Neilburg, Paradise Hill, St. Walburg, Turtleford, and Waseca:

For a list of pharmacies that provide the free flu shot, check the Pharmacy Association of Saskatchewan website or inquire at your local pharmacy. Pharmacists can immunize only adults and children 9 years of age and older who have a valid Saskatchewan health card. children under 9 will need to be vaccinated at a public clinic.

Much more information about influenza is readily available through the Saskatchewan Ministry of Health Influenza Main Page.

For information on influenza symptoms or when to seek care, call Healthline 811 or visit www.healthlineonline.ca .


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