COVID-19: Ottawa Opens Infinity Center Vaccine Clinic for ‘Hot Spot’ Neighborhood

Ottawa is opening a new community clinic site to help vaccinate residents of communities at risk against COVID-19.

2901 in Infinity Center Gibford dr. Will primarily accommodate residents of surrounding neighborhoods who have been hard-hit by COVID-19.

The city said in a statement last Monday that the south-end convention center is well positioned in the K1T and K1V postal codes to vaccinate residents, who have been designated “hot spots” by the province, as well as some others – The Ottawa neighborhood Ottawa Public Health has identified.

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On-site appointments will be available through the provincial vaccine booking system.

Currently, residents aged 18 and older in the province’s hot spots and the Ledbury-Heron Gate-Ridgmont, Emerald Woods-Somill Creek, Hunt Club East-Western Community and Greenboro East neighborhoods are eligible for vaccination.

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On Thursday, eligibility will be expanded to include all Ottawa residents aged 50 and older, an early group of people who cannot work from home and those with some high-risk health conditions.

Ottawa has so far established community vaccination sites at City Hall, Eva James Memorial Center, Rudy Family YMCA-YWCA, St. Laurent Complex and Nepean Sportsplex, with plans to open an additional site in the horticultural building at Lansdowne Park. soon.

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