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Effective, November 16, 2009, Niagara Region Public Health is making the H1N1 vaccine available to all Niagara residents who want it.
For more information about H1N1 Flu Immunization Clinic locations throughout Niagara, go to www.niagararegion.ca 
Since June it has continued its spread around the world, particularly in congregated areas and during winter in the Southern Hemisphere. Incidents in North America have been increasing slightly since schools, colleges and universities resumed in late summer. In Niagara, confirmed cases of H1N1 flu virus have had signs and symptoms that are generally mild, similar to seasonal influenza.
The University's administration continues to monitor the H1N1 pandemic and are working with internal and external stakeholders to minimize impact and disruption at Brock as the world and community situation unfolds. This website is updated regularly with information, advice and links to serve the needs of Brock students, faculty, staff and guests in preventing and mitigating the effects of H1N1.
If you are experiencing flu-like symptoms: