Above is the live feed from the Fort St. John Medical Clinic’s Twitter. It will update whenever the clinic posts new information. Revisit the page for current information on the H1N1 vaccine.
The Fort St. John Medical Clinic expects to distribute it’s second round of H1N1 vaccines on Friday.
In a series of Twitter updates, the clinic says, "Apparently the vaccine supply has arrived at Fort St. John public health but we are still working on them to release it."
The updates goes on to say, "also, we are told that Fort St. John public health won’t be having their first flu clinic until Friday."
Times have not been announced, but concerned individuals can check the website for updated information at www.fsjmedicalclinic.com
Last week, Northern Health announced clinics set for Fort St. John.
On Friday, November 6th, there will be H1N1 vaccines available at the Fort St. John Health Unit at 10115 110th Avenue, from 9:30 a.m. until 3:30 p.m.
Starting next week, a series of clinics will be offered at the Pomeroy Hotel. The dates for those clinics are November 10, 17, 24, from 10:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m. each day.
All of the above clinics, including the one at the Medical Clinic, are only for at-risk individuals.
– Persons under the age of 65 with chronic conditions
– Pregnant women in the second half of pregnancy
– Persons who live in remote and isolated settings or communities (including all First Nations people living on reserve)
For updated information on flu clinics, visit the website above and Click Here for clinic updates from Northern Health.
Last week, clinics across the country ran out of the vaccine. Doctor David Butler-Jones, head of the Public Health Agency of Canada, says as recently as a few weeks ago, officials had no way of knowing the demand would be so huge.
Officials are continuing to stress that the vaccine will be available to everyone who wants or needs it, by mid to late December.
For a full list of clinics in Northeast B.C., click on the attachment below.