Seniors are at risk of serious complications from the flu. The high-dose flu vaccine is the preferred choice for seniors. It provides better protection against influenza A. This vaccine is free at doctor’s offices, long-term care homes, medical walk-in clinics and local pharmacies.
Kids get the flu most often and can spread flu germs to friends and family before they show symptoms. Kids under five are at higher risk of complications from the flu, requiring hospital care. This year, the nasal spray vaccine is not available in Canada. Children will receive the vaccine that protects against four strains
Pregnant people should get the flu vaccine to protect themselves and their babies.
Stay Healthy this Flu Season
- Get your flu shot early.
- Wash your hands often.
- Cover your cough or sneeze.
- Disinfect toys, door handles, and cell phones.