To find a flu clinic near you please visit the Clinic Locations page for a complete listing.
Keep yourself and your loved ones safe this flu season. Get your flu shot at a public health clinic near you.
The publicly-funded (free) flu vaccine has been available in Saskatchewan since October 22, 2018. The free vaccine is being offered through public health clinics across the province. Dates and times of available clinics can be found on the clinic listings page.
Vaccine has also been available in some physician and nurse practitioner offices and in local pharmacies. Some locations have now delivered their 2018-19 vaccine allotment and you are encouraged to phone ahead to determine if they still have vaccine available. In all cases, you can still receive your influenza vaccine at your local public health office.
Anyone six months of age and older can receive the flu vaccine and is encouraged to get vaccinated early in the season. The flu vaccine is a safe, effective way to help people stay healthy, prevent illness and save lives.
Getting vaccinated is especially important for people at high risk of complications (pregnant women, young children, the elderly and persons with underlying health conditions) and their caregivers.
Hand hygiene is one of the most important ways to prevent the spread of germs. Please wash your hands regularly and properly to minimize risk to yourself and those around you.
Bring your Saskatchewan health card with you to receive your immunization.
Be prepared to wait an additional 15 minutes after receiving your immunization.
Consent forms (where required) are available at clinic locations.
Call HealthLine at 8-1-1 or visit HealthLine Online for professional health advice. HealthLine is open 24/7, is confidential and free to Saskatchewan residents. Translation services are available.
Weekly influenza surveillance reports are published throughouth influenza season. To view these reports visit the influenza surveillance report for Saskatchewan.
FluWatchers is an online health surveillance system that helps monitor the spread of flu-like illness across Canada. Become a volunteer FluWatcher today.