How to Get the Flu Vaccine

How to Get the Flu Vaccine

Adults and seniors can get the flu shot from their local pharmacist or physician

Visit your local pharmacy or physician to get immunized.  Search the BC Flu Clinic Locator for locations,. 

Find out if you are eligible for a free flu shot.  If you are not eligible, you may receive a flu vaccine for a fee through your family doctor or pharmacist.

BC Flu Clinic Locator

Visit ImmunizeBC's Flu Clinic Locator or call HealthLink BC at 8-1-1 to find a flu clinic near you. 

Children who are eligible for a free flu shot can visit a Public Health Unit.

Eligible children may be able to get the flu shot at a Public Health Unit. please contact your local unit for more information. The flu vaccine may also be available from pharmacists (for children ages five and up) and physicians. Call your provider to confirm availability.

What to bring with you

Please bring your CareCard or other government I.D. (valid driver’s license) to the clinic, and remember to wear a short sleeved shirt.

Will there be a flu clinic in my local mall or rec centre?

Pharmacists are able to offer community flu clinics in some locations. Check immunizebc.ca/clinics/flu for clinics near you. 
 

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