Where to Get a Flu Vaccine

How to Get the Flu Vaccine

Where to get the flu vaccine in your community?

Influenza vaccines will be available starting in early-mid October. To find a flu clinic near you, visit Get Vaccinated.

Age  Vaccine Type Vaccine Provider  How to Book an Appointment
6 months - 2 years
  • Injectable vaccine
  • Public health*

Book through Get Vaccinated

2 - 5 years
  • Intranasal spray
  • Injectable vaccine
  • Public health*
Book through Get Vaccinated
5 - 17 years
  • Intranasal spray
  • Injectable vaccine
  • Pharmacists 
  • Public health*
Book through Get Vaccinated
Adults & Seniors
  • Injectable vaccine
  • Pharmacists 
  • Public health*
Book through Get Vaccinated

*Services offered at public health units or in community clinics, based on age. Not all vaccine products will be available at every clinic. Some primary care providers will have a very limited supply of vaccine in late October for individuals who may have difficulty accessing a community clinic.

Questions? Call the influenza hotline.

1-250-544-7676 extension 27545#

What to bring to your appointment?

  • You will be required to follow provincial requirements for wearing a face mask during your appointment
  • BC Services Card (or other Government ID such as a driver’s licence)
  • Please wear a short sleeved shirt

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