Adults and seniors can get the flu shot from their local pharmacist or physician
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.
Families with children can get the flu shot at a public health clinic
Eligible children, youth and their caregivers are invited to get the flu shot at a public health clinic. Pharmacists and physicians may also be able to provide the flu vaccine. Learn who is eligible for a free flu shot.
Visit islandfluclinics.ca to find a public health flu clinic near you.
Call one of our telephone hotlines for more information:
South Island: 250-544-7676 ext. 27545
Courtenay/Comox Valley: 250-331-8599
Campbell River and area: 250-850-2120
Mt. Waddington/Port Hardy: 250-902-6079
For other public health locations or if you have questions, please contact a Public Health Unit.
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.