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Influenza (flu) vaccines are provided at a wide variety of locations across the province including:

  • Public health clinics
  • Pharmacies
  • Doctors' office
  • Travel clinics

You can use our Influenza (Flu) Clinic Locator to find an influenza vaccine clinic near you. 

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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.

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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.

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We recommend that call your local health unit and ask to speak to a Public Health Nurse who can assess your situation. You can find the number for your local health unit here.

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