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Winnipeg’s H1N1 Clinics Reopen

November 12, 2009 7:09 AM | News

By Sarah Klein

After being closed for several days due to a provincial vaccine shortage, all 12 of Winnipeg’s H1N1 flu clinics will reopen today at 9:30 a.m.

On Wednesday, the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority unveiled plans for a new satellite clinic at the Children’s Hospital to deal with an increase of patients coming in with influenza-like symptoms. Shortly after, the province tweaked the eligibility list to include Manitobans over six months and under 18 years of age.

Just over 100,000 Winnipeggers have received the shot so far, with thousands more being vaccinated on a daily basis.

As always, make sure to bring your Manitoba Health Card when visiting any of the clinics listed below.

Map via CBC.ca


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