Free Flu Vaccination Clinics
Risk Management Services coordinates free influenza immunizations (flu vaccine) for UBC students, faculty and staff on a first come, first served basis.
Clinics will be held in a variety of locations during November and early December 2012, in partnership with hosting departments/units. Review the locations/dates below and register to reserve your spot at a clinic. Our list of clinics continues to change as we add new locations. Check back regularly for new times/locations.
The influenza or flu vaccine is a safe and effective way to help people stay healthy, prevent illness, and even save lives. The influenza virus can cause serious illness and even death in people with certain chronic health conditions. The influenza vaccine is the best protection against influenza illness and its complications.
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2012 Influenza Immunization Clinics
All clinics run from 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.
|Thurs, November 8||Neville Scarfe Building (Thrive event)||Register Now!|
|Thurs, November 8||War Memorial Gym (Thrive event)||Register Now!|
|Tues, November 13||Civil & Mechanical Engineering Building||Register Now!|
|Tues, November 13||Liu Institute for Global Issues||Register Now!|
|Thurs, November 15||Buchanan Tower||Register Now!|
|Thurs, November 15||Abdul Ladha Science Student Centre||Register Now!|
|Tues, November 20||Chemistry D Block||Register Now!|
|Tues, November 20||Forest Sciences Centre||Register Now!|
|Thurs, November 22||Brock Hall||Register Now!|
|Tues, November 27||Life Sciences Institute||Register Now!|
|Tues, November 27||School of Population & Public Health||Register Now!|
|Thurs, November 29||GSAB||Register Now!|
|Thurs, November 29||Douglas Kenny Building||Register Now!|
- Get the flu shot
- Wash your hands with soap and water
- Keep an alcohol-based hand sanitizer handy
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw the tissue out. Cough into your upper sleeve if a tissue isn't available
- Stay home when you're sick. People are most infectious in the first few days of illness
- Keep common surfaces and items clean
Risk Management Services would like to recognize assistance from the following units:
- Faculty of Medicine
- School of Nursing
- Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences
- Student Health Services
- Health Promotion Programs
Questions or Concerns?
Contact Blossom Sobrinho at 604.822.5874 or email@example.com.