Roll up your sleeve and get a flu shot!
NFHT is hosting walk-in Flu Shot Clinics every Monday afternoon from 1 to 5pm in the lower level of Northumberland Mall – starting Oct. 18.
All clinics are open to the public. High dose vaccine is available (pending supply) for those 65 and over. Flu shots are given by nurses and doctors of the Northumberland Family Health Team.
For more information about influenza vaccine please click here.
If you would like to review and print the consent form to bring with you (it is not required that you do, we will have them onsite) then click here.
Monday October 18th and 25th 1-5pm:
Open to High-Risk Groups – those over 65, pregnant women, children 6 months to 4 years, Indigenous Peoples, essential community service providers, poultry workers and those with identified chronic health conditions and others (see https://www.health.gov.on.ca/en/pro/programs/publichealth/flu/uiip/).
Mondays in November 1-5pm and Saturday November 6 from 9am-1pm:
Open to the public and all ages over 6 mths
Attendees are encouraged to ask about COVID-19 vaccination if they are not fully vaccinated.
- Due to the pandemic and making flu shot clinics safe, masks are mandatory.
- Do not come to the clinic if you have a fever or are feeling ill.
- Please note that for the purposes of COVID-19 contact tracing, anyone that comes with the person receiving the flu shot as a support person, or spouse for example, will also have to provide their name and telephone number.
- Contact your local pharmacy for information on how they are providing flu shots or look at myflushot.ca which has a listing of most of Northumberland County’s pharmacies and information about what kind of vaccine they have in stock. You can also look at the HKPR Health Unit list of pharmacies providing flu shots at this link: https://www.hkpr.on.ca/2019/10/23/flu-vaccine/#northumberland-clinics