NWT Flu And Covid Immunization Clinic Schedule Announced
Public Notice: NWT Flu And Covid Immunization Clinic Schedule Announced
Public notice (October 11, 2023) – The Northwest Territories Health And Social Services Authority (NTHSSA) is announcing 2023 COVID-19 and influenza clinics. Clinic opportunities will include mass-clinic walk-ins, pop-up clinics, walk-ins at health centers and booked appointments, depending on local demand and capacity to deliver different options for residents.
Why get vaccinated?
COVID-19 and influenza vaccines are your shield against respiratory illnesses. By getting vaccinated, you protect yourself and your loved ones, and you significantly reduce the risk of falling seriously ill this fall. This year, as COVID-19 continues to circulate, it is more important than ever to safeguard your health and the well-being of our community.
Limit the spread: your vaccination can limit the spread of respiratory viruses in our territory. Let's work together to create a safer environment for everyone.
Ease the burden: getting vaccinated not only protects you but also lessens the burden on our healthcare system.
Stay updated: updated vaccines are available to enhance immunity against current virus variants. Stay ahead of the curve by staying updated with the latest vaccinations.
How to get vaccinated?
Contact your health centre or visit www.Nthssa.Ca/flu for specific details and information on how you can access the flu vaccine in your community.
As of this date, vaccines not available yet in the Tłı̨chǫ region, but be sure to call and make your appointment