There was quite a nasty Influenza outbreak here in West Central Saskatchewan, but the worst of the Influenza 'A' outbreak has come and gone, says Dr. Torr, with the Heartland Health Region. 

Influenza 'B' activity picks up around this time and there is still time to get immunized, for those who have not done that yet this year. 

While getting the influenza vaccine is the best way to protect yourself from getting a flu this season, you can also take precautions as well. 

You can also call your local public health office to schedule an appointment to receive your flu shot. For more information you can call your local Public Health Office.

Rosetown Community Health Services – 882-2672 Ext. 3 / option 3.

Davidson Community Health Services – 567-2305

Outlook Community Health Services – 867-8676

Kindersley Community Health Services – 463-1000

Kerrobert Community Health Services – 834-2646 Ext. 2815

Unity Community Health Services – 228-2666

Biggar Community Health Services – 948-3323 ext. 2730

Pharmacists will be able to provide free flu vaccinations again this year as part of the province’s seasonal influenza (flu) immunization program. This additional option provides increased access, choice and convenience for residents. Below is a list of those providing this service in Heartland Health Region.

For the entire list of pharmacists in West Central Saskatchewan, click here.