Staying healthy and immunized is a lifelong process.
Are you fully protected during flu season?
Welcome to Vaccines411.ca, Canada's Vaccine Clinic Directory. A new flu season is upon us! As Canadians face what promises to be a chilly winter, getting your flu shot and making sure you are up-to-date with related immunizations is especially important.
Did you know that influenza can put you at risk for pneumonia and other complications? All Canadians over the age of 6 months are advised to have their yearly influenza immunization against this season’s flu strain.
Be aware of your risk factors for flu and other air-borne illnesses – like being a smoker, for instance. You can learn more right here at Vaccines411.ca. And when you get your flu shot, ask about other immunizations that will help you stay healthy this flu season.
Here at Vaccines411.ca, you will find an extensive list of clinics offering immunizations across Canada, along with reliable information about a wide range of vaccinations. It's easy. Simply enter your postal code to locate the vaccinating clinic closest to you.
Help strengthen Canada’s immune system – get your flu shot today! How does the flu season impact Canadians? Read our press release.
Whether you travel for business or pleasure, the last thing you want to worry about is staying healthy. Knowing you and your family have the right vaccinations can help. Vaccination needs will be determined by: destination, what activities you have planned, your age, health status, and your immunization history.1
What can I do to prepare for my trip?
- Plan to visit your healthcare provider or travel health clinic at least six weeks before you travel, to ensure that you have time to receive all the doses of the vaccinations you need... Read more
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