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Influenza (flu) vaccines are provided at a wide variety of locations across the province including:
- Public health clinics
- Doctors' office
- Travel clinics
You can use our Influenza (Flu) Clinic Locator to find an influenza vaccine clinic near you.Read Full Answer
In B.C., decisions to fund vaccine programs are made by the Ministry of Health based on recommendations from the Communicable Disease Policy Advisory Committee.Read Full Answer
The mumps vaccine is combined with the measles and rubella vaccine (MMR vaccine). Please contact a local health unit and ask to speak to a Public Health Nurse who can review your immunization history to see if you qualify for publicly funded (free) vaccine. If not, you may purchase MMR vaccine from a pharmacy or travel clinic.Read Full Answer
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