Seasonal Influenza

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Free injectable flu vaccine will be offered through public health clinics, as well as some pharmacies, physician and nurse practitioner offices starting October 23, 2017.

RQHR 2017-2018 Flu Clinics

Everyone 6 months of age and older can get the injectable flu vaccine.  Pharmacists can only immunize adults and children 9 years of age and older, with a valid Saskatchewan health card.  Children under 9 will need to be vaccinated at a public health clinic.

Everyone is encouraged to attend public health drop-in clinics.  If you are unable to attend a drop-in clinic, talk to your doctor or pharmacist, or call your local public health office to make an appointment to receive the influenza immunization.

For a detailed listing of 2017 Flu Clinics in the RQHR, click here.

If a parent or legal guardian is not accompanying a child to an influenza clinic (e.g. a grandparent is taking the child), the following form can be printed and filled out by the parent or legal guardian and sent along, to provide written permission for flu immunization.  If this written permission is not available in such a situation, the parent or legal guardian will be phoned to obtain verbal consent for the flu immunization. Please see the PDF link just below this section. 

204 Wascana Street Clinic 306-766-7500 Press 1
1911 Park Street Clinic 306-766-7500 Press 2
1080 Winnipeg St. Clinic 306-766-7500 Press 3
Four Directions Community Health Centre (3510 - 5th Ave.) 306-766-7540

Rural Regina
For clinics at the Arm River Colony, Bethune, Cupar, Holdfast, Imperial, Lumsden, Regina Beach, and Southey, call 306-766-7500 and Press 1.
For clinics at Balgonie, Kronau, Milestone, Odessa, Pense, Pilot Butte, Sedley, and White City call 306-766-7500 Press 2.

Other Locations in Rural RQHR
Fort Qu'Appelle area call 306-332-3340
Indian Head area call 306-695-4014
Grenfell area call 306-697-4040
Whitewood area call 306-435-6279
Moosomin area call 306-435-6279

What other Canadians are saying about Influenza Vaccination

For more information about the provincial Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Program, visit

See what Canadian comedian, television personality, political satirist and author Rick Mercer has to say about influenza vaccination.

And here's what Immunize Canada has to say with their influenza immunization video. 

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