A second-hand store in Winnipeg that has been forced to close because of the outbreak of the coronavirus is offering customers free flu shots.
The store, called the Goodwill Store, was opened in February 2018.
It’s one of more than 100 second-hands across Canada that have been closed due to the virus outbreak.
It was reopened on Thursday after being closed for two weeks.
The flu vaccine is available in two doses at Goodwill stores, but only if customers have purchased two doses of a vaccine.
The store also sells a variety of flu and pneumonia products.
The city has issued two more flu advisories for Winnipeg.
They will take effect from Sept. 9 and continue until Oct. 19.
If you live in the area and have a cold or flu symptoms, call 911.