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Ottawa expanding COVID-19 vaccinations to ages 90-plus, more neighborhoods

More Ottawa residents can book COVID – 19 vaccination appointments this week, including anyone in the city over the age of 70 regardless of where they’re living.

Ottawa will continue its strategy of inoculating residents aged 50 and older in neighborhoods facing the highest rates of coronavirus transmission by opening up vaccine appointments on Monday to anyone living in the following communities:

Bayshore-Belltown Carson Groves-Carson Meadows Greenboro East Hawthorne Meadows Hunt Club East – Western Community Hunt Club Park Lowertown Manor Park Overbrook-McArthur Parkwood Hills Sheffield Glen Stewart Farm Vanier North Vanier South Pop-up clinics for these residents will be held starting Friday at the following sites:

Albion-Heatherington Recreation Center, 1547 Heatherington Rd. AMA Community Center, Hunt Club Rd. Canterbury Recreation Complex, Arch St. Center Pauline-Charron, Jeanne Mance St. Emerald Plaza Branch of the Ottawa Public Library, 1040 Merivale Rd . Greenboro Community Center, 110 Lorry Greenberg Dr. Ottawa City Hall, 102 Laurier Ave. W. Overbrook Community Center, 16 Quill St. Pat Clark Community Center, 4355 Halmont Dr. Ron Kolbus Lakeside Center, Greenview Ave. St-Laurent Complex, Côté St. Sawmill Creek Pool and Community Center, 3380 D’Aoust Ave. 5: Doctor answers your COVID – 16 questions about lifting restrictions, vaccines and variants

Doctor answers your COVID – 19 questions about lifting restrictions, vaccines and variants Walk-ins will not be accepted to any of these mobile vaccine clinics – residents will need to call to make an appointment first. Ottawa residents unsure as to whether they’re eligible for a vaccine appointment can fill out the city’s screening tool.

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Starting Wednesday, Ottawa will also book vaccine appointments for anyone in the city aged 70 and older.

These vaccinations will take place at the Nepean Sportsplex.

Also starting Wednesday, Ottawa Public Health will begin registering all patient-facing health-care workers such as doctors, dentists, midwives and physiotherapists for appointments. While not all front-line health workers are eligible for the vaccine yet, per the province’s guidance, those who register with OPH will receive an email when it comes to their turn in the sequencing.

Ottawa is also partnering with the Akausivik Inuit Family Health Team and the Wabano Center for Aboriginal Health to vaccinate First Nation, Inuit and Métis community members who are aged 19 and older. Information on booking these appointments is available on OPH’s website.

The city is asking residents to avoid calling for a vaccine appointment before they meet eligibility requirements so as to avoid clogging up phone lines.

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