Pharmacists, pharmacy students and trainees may administer vaccines for 13 vaccines for 13 vaccine-preventable diseases to any patient five years of age and older, under certain circumstances established by regulation. Pharmacists, pharmacy students and trainees trained in injection can only administer publicly funded influenza vaccines in accordance with Ontario`s Universal Influenza Immunization Program (IIP). This legal practice of administering flu vaccines depends on their community pharmacy`s annual agreement with the ministry. If any of the ministry`s requirements cannot be met or in other circumstances, pharmacists would request a delegation of authority to administer influenza vaccines. To be able to administer injections, registrants must have completed an OCP-approved injection course and have enrolled their training at the university. . .