- Greely Community Centre
- Navan Memorial Centre
- Osgoode Community Centre
- R.J. Kennedy Memorial Centre
- Richmond Memorial Arena and Community Centre
- West Carleton Community Complex
People who live in Ward 5 (West Carleton-March), Ward 19 (Cumberland), Ward 20 (Osgoode), or Ward 21 (Rideau-Goulbourn) are asked to call 613-691-5505 to confirm their eligibility and book an appointment.
Additional pop-up clinics will be available in high-priority neighbourhoods for people born in or before 1946 or adult recipients of chronic home care. Call 613-691-5505 to confirm eligibility and book an appointment.
Ottawa’s 75-plus population consists of about 76,252 people, according to city vaccination projections.
Call takers are on duty from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday to Friday, and 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
“We know that there is a high demand for these vaccines, so we expect very high call volumes,” the city said. “When calling into the booking line, callers will be put into a queue where there is the potential for long wait times.
“You may also select an option for a call back.”
Walk-ins will not be accepted, the city said.
Any leftover doses at the end of the day will be given to eligible health-care workers who have said they are available for a last-minute appointment.
Ottawa Public Health is working with the Wabano Centre for Aboriginal Health to provide a COVID-19 vaccination clinic for First Nation, Inuit and Métis community members age 40 and over at the St-Laurent Complex at 525 Côté Street. Call 613-691-5505 for an appointment.
Akausivik Inuit Family Health Team is providing vaccinations for all Inuk adults. To book an appointment or for more information, call 613-740-0999.
All clinic locations are accessible and accommodations will be made for residents who need help with accessibility, city hall said. Para Transpo users can book a ride to the clinic through the COVID-19 Vaccination Trip Reservation line at 613-842-3600.
It is also recommended people do not receive another vaccine in the 14 days prior to the COVID-19 vaccine.
Under Ontario’s vaccine distribution plan, the provincial government will make vaccines available to additional groups in Phase 2 between April and July, including people with health conditions and those between the ages of 60 and 74.
Vaccinations are expected to start for the oldest age group and decrease in five-year increments as more doses become available.
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