OCAD University has teamed up with Rexall and Studentcare to host a pop-up flu shot clinic on campus for students, faculty, and staff.
Thursday, December 16, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Room 284, 100 McCaul St.
Sign up in advance for an appointment via the pre-registration link or register in person on the day of the event. When you land on the page, click on the box that says “continue” and you’ll be directed to the page with the appointment slots.
You’ll also need to fill out the Patient Consent for Flu (Influenza) Immunization form. Paper copies of the patient consent form will be available on the day of the clinic.
Health and Safety
A friendly reminder that to attend the pop-up clinic, you are required to follow OCAD U’s COVID-19 health and safety measures.
What does this mean?
It means only fully vaccinated individuals who have submitted their proof of vaccination, or who have an approved exemption/accommodation and are participating in the rapid antigen testing program, are permitted to enter OCAD U facilities.
Before you head to the clinic, remember to submit your COVID-19 self-assessment on the OCAD U Safe app or via the alternative web page before entering the building.
What should you bring?
- Your provincial health card.
- Wear clothing that is loose enough for the sleeve to roll up easily.
- Wear a mask.
- Make sure to remain physically distanced from others.
What should you do after you get the flu shot?
As a precaution, you may be asked to remain in the building for up to 15 minutes, so the pharmacist can monitor you for any potential reactions.
What can you expect after my flu shot?
Most common side effects include soreness, redness and tenderness or swelling at the site of the injection.
Very rarely, you may experience a low-grade fever, headache or muscle aches. If these symptoms do not go away after 1-2 days, or get worse, contact your doctor.