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Flu shots to be offered at 13 Winnipeg clinics

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Mass public immunization clinics for the H1N1 virus will begin next Monday, Oct. 26 at 13 locations throughout the city.

There is enough H1N1 vaccine for every person in the Winnipeg health region, and clinics will be offered over an extended period to ensure that all Winnipeggers have many opportunities to get their H1N1 flu shot.

H1N1 shots are free of charge for everyone. Please bring your Manitoba Health Card.

Each clinic will be open Monday to Thursday from 9:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Clinic Locations

Assiniboine South
St. Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church
2255 Grant Avenue

Downtown
Portage Place Shopping Centre
393 Portage Avenue

Fort Garry
University of Manitoba, Fort Garry Campu
Room 210, Multi Purpose Room, 2nd Floor University Centre

Inkster
Fred Douglas Lodge
1275 Burrows Avenue

Point Douglas
St. Joseph’s Parish Hall
515 College Avenue

River East
Holy Eucharist Parish Centre
460 Munroe Avenue

Polson School
491 Munroe Avenue *
* Tuesdays 3:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. only

River Heights
Grant Park Shopping Centre
1120 Grant Avenue

St. Boniface
Centre cuturel franco-manitobain
340 Provencher Boulevard

St. James
St. Paul The Apostle Parish Centre
2400 Portage Avenue
St. Vital

Indo-Canadian Arts and Cultural Centre
479 St. Mary’s Road

Seven Oaks
Garden City Shopping Centre
2305 McPhillips Street

Transcona
DeFehr Logistics Building
770 Pandora Avenue East

Source: www.wrha.mb.ca

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