With the start of the flu season here, the federal government has decided to offer its first-ever influenza vaccination drive.
It will be the first such drive in Canada, but it is not the first time that the government has offered such a benefit.
The government began offering the offer in May 2017, and it has been rolled out across Canada since then.
A nationwide vaccination drive for people with asthma and COPD was also rolled out this year.
There is no national drive for the flu vaccine in Canada.
But this is the first influenza vaccination offer that the federal and provincial governments have announced for 2018, and the government says it is going to do more of these drives in the future.
The flu season begins on Monday and the flu vaccination drive will start on April 22.
As the flu moves into the final weeks of the season, it will be important to know what to expect.
Here are a few things to keep in mind as you consider whether you need to get the flu shot this year: You will get the vaccine on the first available day of the year, which is on April 29, or the first day of next week, whichever comes first.
There are several different ways to get vaccinated, and depending on where you live, it may be difficult to find a vaccine provider that offers the vaccine.
This is because the flu virus tends to move through different parts of the country in different months.
Some parts of Canada may not be able to offer the flu vaccines because of the virus and its spread, but you should still be able receive the vaccine at your doctor’s office.
The vaccine is usually available for purchase in pharmacies.
Some pharmacies may not carry the vaccine, but pharmacies can sometimes be found in your neighbourhood.
Many pharmacies also offer flu vaccinations online.
It is not known how many pharmacies offer flu vaccines.
It’s important to remember that some pharmacies may only sell flu vaccines in certain areas, so you may not have a choice about where to buy them.
Flu vaccines can be purchased online or in pharmacies, or by mail.
You may also have to call your doctor or other health-care provider to make sure you are getting the right shot.
You will need to be at least 14 years old to get a flu shot in Canada for free.
There have been some reports of people dying from the flu when they weren’t vaccinated.
In a 2017 study, researchers looked at the data of people who died from the virus between January 2018 and April 2019, and found that in the most vulnerable groups of the population, about half of the deaths occurred in those who had been vaccinated.
This means that people who have a higher risk of contracting influenza might be more likely to die.
The CDC says there is a good chance that people younger than age 19 and people with chronic conditions may be more at risk of getting flu and dying from it.
It also says people who are at higher risk for the virus, such as people who live in places with a higher rate of seasonal influenza, are more likely not to be vaccinated.
If you are eligible to get an influenza vaccination, the vaccine can be given in four doses, starting on the day you get your first dose.
You can also get vaccinated with two other shots that the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases recommends, either by mail or by a health care provider.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence recommends getting a second dose when you are older and you are less likely to have complications.
However, the National Centre for Immunisation Research and Surveillance, which advises the government on the flu, says it doesn’t recommend that you get the second dose until you are about 50.
If that sounds like too much to ask, you can try to get it as early as the age of 50, when people are more at-risk for contracting influenza.