Influenza Immunization and Management

On September 1, 2018 the Influenza Immunization and Management policy came into effect for Health PEI.  All Healthcare workers, including employees, physicians, students, volunteers and contract workers who are involved in providing care and/or services within Health PEI facilities and programs are required to receive the influenza vaccination or wear a surgical mask within two meters of any patient during flu season.

The purpose of this policy is to protect patients and health care workers from influenza outbreaks by preventing the transmission of influenza and decreasing the risk of influenza outbreaks.

How do I get vaccinated?

Flu shots are available on-site, at most local pharmacies, your family doctor, and at any public health clinic.  They are provided free of charge.  Please ensure you bring a copy of your Provincial Health Card and have your employee ID number available when you go to receive your flu shot.

If you receive your vaccine at a community pharmacy, your family physician’s or nurse practitioner’s office, or a Public Health Nursing community flu vaccination clinic, please ensure the Validation of Seasonal Influenza Immunization For all Health PEI Health Care Workers Form is signed, so you can provide it to your manager.

Flu Vaccination Clinics

2020-2021 Influenza Campaign:  The Flu Stops with You Questions and Answers [PDF]
It's Flu Season Poster [PDF]

Helpful Resources

Last Updated
Tue, 09/15/2020 - 15:21