Health experts recommend co-administering your flu and COVID-19 shots for comprehensive protection.
• Children under 5 and their household members can receive their flu shot at an AHS public health clinic.
Where to get it?
- If appointments are not available online in your area, contact your local pharmacy or doctor’s office directly to see if they are offering influenza immunization by appointment or walk-in.
- Other Albertans can get their flu shot from a participating pharmacy or doctor’s office.
How to Book?
- If you need help booking one or multiple appointments for children and family members, please call Health Link at 811.
- Book today at ca/vaccine.
Together we hold a responsibility to protect each other and our healthcare system against influenza and COVID-19.
Prepare for your flu shot appointment:
- Wear clothing that will allow easy access to the upper arm.
- Bring required identification.
- Arrive as close to your appointment time as you can.
- Do not attend your appointment if you have symptoms of/or are diagnosed with COVID-19, are isolating or have been outside Canada in the past 14 days and are under a federal quarantine order.
- Follow safety protocols in place: wash or sanitize your hands, wear a mask (masks are required for individuals age two and older), keep your distance (2m / 6ft) from others.
- If you have fear of needles or concerns about pain associated with immunization, learn how to alleviate your worries and fear.
- COVID-19 vaccine transportation for seniors- reach out to 211.