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News release: November 17, 2021

Peel Public Health advises residents to get their annual flu shot

Mississauga, ON. (November 17, 2021) – Peel Public Health advises residents to get their annual flu shot this November to help protect against influenza.

All residents can make an appointment to get their free flu shot at the following locations:

As well, certain doctors’ offices, walk-in clinics and participating pharmacies may offer the option of co-administrating the flu shot and COVID-19 vaccine. Residents are encouraged to speak to their health care professional regarding co-administration and to enquire if this option is appropriate for them. Please note that Peel Public Health COVID-19 vaccination clinics will not be offering the flu shot.

To help reduce the risk of contracting or spreading the flu:

A flu shot, in addition to a full COVID-19 vaccine series, provides excellent protection from circulating respiratory viruses in the community. Together, these vaccines help protect you, your loved ones, and the community.

Dr. Kate Bingham

Quick Facts/Additional Resources

More information is avaiable on our flu page.

Media contact

Jed Bick
Communication Coordinator
Region of Peel

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