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If you meet the eligiblity criteria for publicly funded (free) flu vaccine here in BC, it doesn't matter if you are from Alberta. To find a flu clinic near you, check here. Flu vaccine is usually available some time in October.

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ImmunizeBC's Influenza (Flu) Clinic Locator is currently being populated with clinic information for the 2017-18 influenza season. You can find info regarding flu clinics in your area on the Locator.

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We recommend that you contact the Parksville Health Unit for this information. You can find the number here. In addition, ImmunizeBC's Influenza (Flu) Clinic Locator is currently being populated with clinic information for the 2017-18 influenza season.

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Immunize BC does not have this information. We recommend that you use ImmunizeBC's Influenza (Flu) Clinic Locator which is currently being populated with clinic information for the 2017-18 influenza season.

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Numbing creams and patches can be purchased from your local pharmacy. You do not need a prescription from your health care provider to buy them. You will find more information about the creams here.

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