Staying healthy and immunized is a lifelong process.
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You’ll find an extensive list of clinics offering immunizations across Canada, along with reliable information about a wide range of vaccinations.
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Influenza is caused by a common and easily-spread virus, and for some, has significant health consequences. Rates of influenza have been unusually low during the past two flu seasons (2019-20 and 2020-21), thanks to public health measures aimed at reducing the spread of COVID-19. Unfortunately, that reduced exposure to influenza may leave the population more vulnerable to infection.1
Already this year has seen an unusual spring-time surge of influenza infections, due in part to the lifting of pandemic restrictions such as masking and social distancing... Read more
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If you are age 50 or over, it’s time to take action to stay healthy! Starting with preventing illness by ensuring you have the vaccinations you need.
Our natural immune protection declines as we age, so staying up-to-date with recommended vaccinations gains importance as our age increases. Vaccinations not only help protect you and others from disease, it also reduces your risk of having complications if you do become ill; this is especially important for anyone with a chronic health condition... Read more