Boosters and the holidays

By Rosalind Russell – With high flu cases in both districts, Public Health Sudbury and Public Health Algoma, are both strongly encouraging the public to their flu shots and/or COVID boosters.

Dr. Imran Adrian Khan of Sudbury Public Health says there have been over 300 flu cases since December 16th, a 20-year high for the district.

He adds, they are also seeing ongoing COVID-19 transmission and illness, so he encourages the public to get their immunizations as soon as possible.

Public Health Algoma is also seeing higher than usual numbers.

They are hosting a walk-in clinic next Thursday at the Collins Hall in Elliot Lake to provide an opportunity for adults and children to get the shots they need.

Book an appointment or walk-in at the Collins Hall next Thursday, December 22nd, 9am to 11:45 & 1pm to 3pm by calling 705-461-8882 or email: . More information is also available on the website:

In the Sudbury & Manitoulin districts, for more information about influenza or COVID-19, visit or call Public Health Sudbury & Districts at 705.522.9200 (toll-free 1.866.522.9200).

(WHO Bad Shape 12-21-22 MF)

Photo: Both the Algoma and Sudbury health units are offering immunization options during the holidays, especially with the high number of flu cases. Photo – Public Health Sudbury & Districts

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