2015-2016 Influenza Campaign (Flu Shots)
The Regina Qu’Appelle Health Region’s Seasonal Influenza Campaign starts on October 19, 2015.
The free flu shot vaccine will be offered through public health clinics, some physician and nurse practitioner offices.
Anyone six months and older can receive the flu vaccine and is encouraged get vaccinated early in the season. The flu vaccine is a safe, effective way for people to protect themselves and those close to them during the flu season.
Getting vaccinated is especially important for people at high-risk of influenza complications (pregnant women, young children, elderly, persons with underlying health conditions, immune-compromised) and their caregivers.
Click here for a list of high risk individuals.
Residents of all ages can get the injectable vaccine as soon as the flu clinics start on October 19th. The nasal spray vaccine, an option for children between the ages of two and 17, will be available around mid-November.
Everyone is encouraged to attend one of the Drop-In Influenza Clinics located throughout Regina and in the rural areas. Please select from the following clinic schedules:
For more information about influenza clinics or to book an appointment, please call the Flu Line 306-766-7700 starting October 1, 2015.
It is very important to be immunized to protect yourself and your loved ones!
Please call your local Public Health Office for information.
Balgonie / Pilot Butte area: 306-766-7514
Fort Qu'Appelle and area: 306-332-3340
Indian Head: 306-695-4014
Lumsden / Regina Beach / Bethune area: 306-766-7518
Milestone / Wilcox / Sedley / Pense / Holdfast / Imperial areas: 306-766-7517
Moosomin / Whitewood area: 306-435-6279
Southey / Cupar area: 306-726-2239
White City / Vibank area: 306-766-7519
Click here the Seasonal Influenza Consent form for age six months to 17 years old.
Parents please note to help reduce wait times you may print off the consent form and fill it out before arriving at the flu clinic.
Information about Seasonal Influenza
Click here for answers from the Medical Health Officer.
Click here to view a fact sheet about Influenza.
Click here to view the FluMist fact sheet.
Infection Prevention and Control
Click here to view hand washing tips.
For more information on influenza visit http://www.saskatchewan.ca/flu.