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How to mix up Dukoral

Here’s a video we made that gives some background information and how to mix up a dose of Dukoral. If you are looking for some additional information about whether Dukoral is right for you, check out this blog post: Is Dukoral Worth Taking Before My Trip?
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Yellow fever vaccine shortage

If you are looking for yellow fever vaccine, you can contact us and put your name on our waiting list.  We are anticipating a new shipment in soon.  Call us at 403-980-8747 with your name, contact information, and dates of your trip.
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Rabies vaccine series for total price of $250

Polaris Travel Clinic and Pharmacy in Airdrie is now offering intradermal rabies vaccinations, which is a lower cost yet effective option to provide rabies immunity.  We can provide all three doses with injection fees included for a cost of $250 paid prior to first appointment. This method for giving rabies vaccine is supported by the Continue Reading
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Holiday Hours 2016

Polaris Travel Clinic and Pharmacy will be open during the holiday season.  Here are the modifications to our usual hours of operation: Thursday, December 22 – 9am to 3pm Friday, December 23 – 9am to 3pm Saturday, December 24, Sunday, December 25, Monday, December 26 – closed Tuesday, December 27 – 12noon to 730pm Wednesday, Continue Reading
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2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil

The 2016 Summer Olympics will be held in Brazil from August 5 through August 21. Events will be held in 6 different cities (Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Belo Horizonte, Salvador, Brasilia, and Manaus); Rio will be the first South American city to host the Summer Olympics. If you are planning on traveling to Brazil Continue Reading
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Zika virus update

We have been asked a lot of questions about Zika virus, which has been in the news.  Here is some general information about Zika virus. What Is Zika Virus? Zika virus infection is spread by mosquitoes and is caused by a virus closely related to dengue, West Nile virus, and Japanese encephalitis. Less commonly, the virus Continue Reading
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