The Winnipeg Regional Health Authority has released a schedule as well as locations of clinics that will be offering the H1N1 Vaccine.
It is recommended that people with highest risk of serious illness get vaccinated first. ‘At risk’ individuals include:
* children aged six months to under five years old;
* everyone of Aboriginal ancestry (First Nations, Metis or Inuit);
* individuals under 65 years old with chronic illness or other risk conditions, including severe obesity, substance abuse or alcoholism;
* anyone with a weakened immune system or those who live with and care for them;
* those who live with or care for infants under six months old;
* single parents or anyone solely responsible for a dependent;
* people living in remote or isolated areas; and
* Disadvantaged populations (for example the homeless).
H1N1 Clinics and Hours of Operation
October 26 – December 4, 2009
Monday – Thursday 9:30AM – 8:00PM
Fridays – 9:30AM – 4:00PM
Closed on Remembrance Day (November 11)
|Assiniboine South||St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church 2255 Grant Avenue|
|Downtown||Portage Place Shopping Centre
393 Portage Avenue
|Fort Garry||University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campus Room 210, Multi Purpose Room, 2nd Floor University Centre|
|Inkster||Fred Douglas Lodge
1275 Burrows Avenue
|Point Douglas||St. Joseph’s Parish Hall
515 College Avenue
|River East||Holy Eucharist Parish Centre
460 Munroe Avenue *
* Except Tuesdays 3:30 – 8:00 p.m.
|River Heights||Grant Park Shopping Centre
1120 Grant Avenue
|St. Boniface||Centre culturel franco-manitobain
340 Provencher Boulevard
|St. James||St. Paul The Apostle Parish Centre
2400 Portage Avenue
|St. Vital||Indo-Canadian Arts and Cultural Centre
479 St. Mary’s Road
|Seven Oaks||Garden City Shopping Centre
2305 McPhillips Street
|Transcona||DeFehr Logistics Building
770 Pandora Avenue East
Please note – H1N1 shots are free of charge for everyone.
Please bring your Manitoba Health Card.
Image Flu Shot Originally uploaded by Lance McCord