This is the place to find lots of useful tips, articles, and resources to help you stay informed and healthy during flu season. Vaccines411 provides addresses and contact information for over 5,000 flu clinics, so you will know where to go for immunizations to help prevent the flu and other contagious illnesses that can spread during flu season.
As well, we have gathered a variety of reliable resources and information on influenza for the flu season. Click on the links below to learn more about influenza, including what causes the flu, how to identify flu symptoms, what can put you and your family at increased risk for the flu, influenza prevention measures, and tips for managing the flu if you or a family member catch it.
- Preventing flu in the time of COVID By Vaccines411
- What is FLU DRIFT? and how does it affect our seasonal flu vaccine? By Vaccines411
- Flu-Pneumococcal Vaccines By Vaccines411
- How the flu shot can help each member of your family By Vaccines411
Tips & Tools:
- Patient Information Library Vaccines411
- Canadian Immunization Guide Chapter on Influenza and Statement on Seasonal Influenza Vaccine for 2021-2022 Public Health Agency of Canada
- The Flu IQ Widget Center for Diseases Control
- Guide to the Seasonal Flu for Seniors National Council for Aging Care
Featured Resources/Top Picks:
- Flu (Influenza) Health Canada
- Influenza Surveillance Health Canada
- Awareness Resources Public Health Agency of Canada
Most Popular Resources:
- Cleaning the Flu Away: A visual guide on making your home flu free Clean Conscience
- Protect your family from the flu Canadian Paediatric Society
- Flu prevention Government of Canada
- Washing Hands Government of Quebec
- When to go to the Emergency Room Montreal Children’s Hospital
- Flu Prevention Tips Vaccines411
This list of resources is in no way complete, if you have a resource link which should be included on this page please contact us at ac.114seniccav@troppus.
This information should not be used as a substitute for the medical care and advice of your doctor. There may be variations in treatment that your physician may recommend based on individual facts and circumstances.