Seasonal Influenza

Learn more about out flu clinics in Niagara.

Annual immunization for influenza is an effective method of preventing illness from the influenza virus and its complications.

Each year, Public Health supports health care professionals in Niagara implementing the Universal Influenza Immunization Program by providing:

  • A pre-determined allotment of influenza vaccine so high priority groups can be immunized first
  • Additional influenza vaccines based on subsequent orders
  • Information regarding the influenza vaccine products, supply and distribution
  • Details on local flu activity and surveillance

Ordering the Influenza Vaccine

Primary Care

Your initial allotment is pre-determined by Public Health. After you receive your initial allotment, you're able to order additional flu vaccine product from Public Health.


Pharmacies that have successfully completed the prequalification process can access information related to vaccine ordering, return, reporting and reimbursement.

Prequalified Facilities

Organizations that have successfully completed the prequalification process can order from Public Health.

Additional Resources

Patient Resources

Order infectious disease flu resources for your patients, including:

Recommendations from the National Advisory Committee on Immunization and Public Health Ontario

For more information, call the Vaccine Preventable Disease program at 905-688-8248 or 1-888-505-6074 ext. 7396 from Mon. - Fri., 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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