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Service Fees

Vaxi Onsite or Vaxi for Business

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Vaxi On-Site or Vaxi for Business Service Fees will be determined by a member of the Vaxi team. The Vaxi team is able to support a variety of different applications, from a home visit by a Registered Nurse to a workplace clinic for up to 10,000 employees!

The cost will vary based on the size & location of the clinic. We have partnerships all throughout British Columbia so do not hesitate to reach out to our team for a site evaluation!

Vaxi Drive-thru Vaccination

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The Drive-Thru Service Fee is a fee for administration of vaccines or test at a Vaxi drive-thru. This fee applies to each individual receiving vaccines or tests and is in addition to any out of pocket vaccine costs. Individuals receiving multiple vaccines will not be charged additional service fees.

We vaccinate against

Influenza

$0-$20

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What is it?
Influenza, better known as 'seasonal flu', is a common and serious viral infection. The viral strain can vary from year to year, so annual vaccinations are the most effective protection against the flu.

Who should receive it?
Annual influenza (flu) vaccination is recommended for everyone 6 months and older.

Who should not receive it?
Children under 6 months are too young for the vaccine. Anyone with severe, life-threatening allergies to the flu vaccine or any of its ingredients.

Is this covered by MSP?
Yes, if the patient fits eligibility criteria

Hep B

$45/dose

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What is it?
A serious liver disease caused by contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person.

Who should receive it?
Travellers, Healthcare workers, Security staff, anyone with chronic liver disease or at high-risk for contracting Hepatits B.

Who should not receive it?
Anyone with a severe infection or high fever, anyone that has experienced a past allergic reaction to vaccines against Hep A or B.

How many doses are recommended?
2 doses

Is this covered by MSP?
No

HPV-9

$0 - $165

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What is it?
HPV, or human papillomavirus, is a group of over 150 different viruses. Some of these viruses can cause warts while others can lead to serious cancers of the throat, mouth or genitals.

Who should receive it?
Vaccination against human papillomavirus (HPV) is routinely recommended at age 11 or 12 years. Catch-up recommendations apply to persons not vaccinated at age 11 or 12 years.

Who should not receive it?
The HPV vaccine isn't recommended for pregnant women or people who are moderately or severely ill.

How many doses are recommended?
3 doses

Is this covered by MSP?
Only youth vaccines qualify  

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What is it?
Mumps, measles and rubella are separate viruses with immunization commonly occurring during youth.

Who should receive it?
Children or adults that have not already been vaccinated.

Who should not receive it?
Pregnant women, those with life-threatening allergies, with Tuberculosis or a history of immune system problems.

How many doses are recommended?
1-2 doses

Is this covered by MSP?
Yes, if the patient fits eligibility criteria

Shingles

$150/dose

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What is it?
Shingles, or Herpes Zoster, is viral infection that almost 1 out of every 3 people will develop. If you've had chicken pox, you can get Shingles, even children. Risk of infection increases with age.

Who should receive it?
Anyone that is 50 years and older should

Who should not receive it?
Pregnant women or individuals that currently have shingles.

How many doses are recommended?
2 doses

Is this covered by MSP?
No

Hep A

$55/dose

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What is it?
A serious liver disease caused by eating or drinking contaminated food or beverages.

Who should receive it?
Travellers, anyone with chronic liver disease or at high-risk for contracting Hepatitis A.

Who should not receive it?
Anyone with a severe infection or high fever, anyone that has experienced a past allergic reaction to vaccines against Hep A or B.

How many doses are recommended?
2 doses

Is this covered by MSP?
No

Twinrix

$80/dose

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What is it?
A dual Hepatitis A & B Vaccine

Who should receive it?
Anyone who wishes to reduce their risk for Hepatitis A & B. Including, travellers, healthcare workers, anyone with a chronic liver condition or is at high-risk for contracting Hepatits.

Who should not receive it?
Anyone with a severe infection or high fever, anyone that has experienced a past allergic reaction to vaccines against Hep A or B.

How many doses are recommended?
2 doses

Is this covered by MSP?
No

Tetanus Diphtheria (Td)

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What is it?
Tetanus is a bacterial disease caused by exposure to Clostridium tetani that may be caused by a wound of any size. Diphtheria is a highly contagious bacterial infection.

Who should receive it?
Anyone that does not remember when they were last vaccinated, or has not been vaccinated within the last 10 years.

Who should not receive it?
Anyone that has had an allergic reaction to a past tetanus vaccine. Anyone with a severe illness.

How many doses are recommended?
1 dose

Is this covered by MSP?
Yes, if the patient fits eligibility criteria

We test for

COVID Test

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What is it?
A nasopharyngeal (NP) swab used to test for the presence of COVID-19

Who should receive it?
Individuals with new symptoms compatible with COVID-19. Individuals that require testing for travel.

Cholesterol Test

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What is it?
A blood test that measures the amount of each type of cholesterol and certain fats in your blood.

Who should receive it?
Adults 20 years and older should be tested at varying frequency based on age & other risk factors.