All Ottawa residents age 75 and over can begin booking appointments to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. There are three options for booking, depending on where you live, so please consider the options carefully to determine which one is right for you.

1) POP-UP CLINICS IN RURAL CARLETON COMMUNITIES AND ELSEWHERE IN RURAL OTTAWA

If you are age 75 or over (born in or before 1946) or an adult recipient of chronic home care, and you live in a rural community, you will be able to book your appointment at a pop-up clinic starting today. Rural clinics will be available at the following locations:

  1. Greely Community Centre – 1448 Meadow Dr., Greely
  2. Osgoode Community Centre – 5660 Osgoode Main, Osgoode
  3. Richmond Memorial Arena and Community Centre – 6095 Perth St., Ottawa
  4. West Carleton Community Complex – 5670 Carp Road, Ottawa
  5. J. Kennedy Memorial Centre – 1115 Dunning Road, Cumberland
  6. Navan Memorial Centre – 1295 Colonia Road, Navan

If you live in Ward 5 (West Carleton-March), Ward 19 (Cumberland), Ward 20 (Osgoode), or Ward 21 (Rideau-Goulbourn), call 613-691-5505 to confirm your eligibility and book an appointment.

This number can serve residents in multiple languages.

2) VACCINATION CLINICS FOR ALL OTTAWA RESIDENTS 75 OR OLDER (BORN IN 1946 OR EARLIER) REGARDLESS OF WHERE THEY LIVE IN THE CITY

All Ottawa residents 75 years of age or older (born in 1946 or earlier) regardless of where they live in the city, are able to book an online appointment to receive their COVID-19 vaccine through the Province of Ontario’s online booking system at ontario.ca/bookvaccine.

When booking an appointment, individuals will be asked for information from their green Ontario health card, birth date, postal code and email address and/or phone number. Expired cards will be accepted.

Individuals who still have a red and white health card, or who require assistance with booking an appointment can call the Provincial Vaccine Information Line number at 1-888-999-6488 beginning on Monday, March 15. The provincial vaccine information line is open Monday to Sunday, 8AM to 8PM.

Appointments will be available at four community vaccination clinics:

  1. Nepean Sportsplex- 1701 Woodroffe Avenue, Ottawa
  2. Ruddy Family YMCA-YWCA – 265 Centrum Blvd, Ottawa
  3. Eva James Memorial Community Centre – 65 Stonehaven Drive, Ottawa
  4. Ottawa City Hall – 110 Laurier Avenue West

To enable physical distancing and to reduce the number of people in the clinic, please arrive for your vaccine no more than 10 minutes before your appointment time.

Walk-ins will not be accepted, so please book your appointment in advance.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

  1. How can I support a friend, family member or neighbour with booking their vaccine appointment? 
  2. How do I know if I live in an eligible neighbourhood?
  3. How were the eligible neighbourhoods determined?
  4. I believe I live in one of the eligible neighbourhoods. Why does it say I’m not eligible when I type in my postal code?
  5. My neighbourhood is not yet eligible. When will I be able to get the vaccine?
  6. How to prepare for vaccination
  7. Are the clinics accessible?
  8. Transportation to clinics 
  9. How was the decision made to vaccinate in these neighbourhoods? 
  10. My spouse and I are seniors that fall into separate age categories. Will we get vaccinated at the same time?
  11. What are the next steps?
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