COVID-19 vaccine eligibility and information - Updated June 3
The City of Ottawa is leading the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out for residents, in partnership with Ottawa Public Health.
Residents age 80 and above who do not have a second dose appointment booked will be contacted directly by Ottawa Public Health starting June 3 and continuing throughout the month of June. This will guarantee access to appointments within the standard second dose interval of 16 weeks.
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Register at ontario.ca/book-vaccine or call 1-833-943-3900 between 8 am and 8 pm, seven days a week
- All Ottawa residents age 12 and older
Call Ottawa Public Health at 613 691-5505
- First Nations, Métis and Inuit populations can also call 613-740-0999 for Akausivik
- Adults 12 years of age or older - Find a list of participating pharmacies online and contact the pharmacy for a vaccine
Do you have questions?
Visit Ottawa Public Health’s website or read their regularly updated list of Vaccine Frequently Asked Questions. Please do not call 3-1-1. They will refer all COVID-19 Vaccination calls to Ottawa Public Health.
Mass vaccination clinic locations
Community Clinics and one hospital clinic have been set up for large-scale vaccination efforts. More Community Clinics will open when there are more vaccines available.
- Canterbury Recreation Complex - 2185 Arch Street
- Eva James Memorial Community Centre - 65 Stonehaven Drive
- Horticulture Building - 1525 Princess Patricia Way
- Nepean Sportsplex - 1701 Woodroffe Avenue
- Ottawa City Hall - 110 Laurier Avenue West
- Queensway Carleton Hospital - 3045 Baseline Rd
- Ruddy Family YMCA-YWCA - 265 Centrum Boulevard
- St-Laurent Complex - 525 Côté Street
- The Ottawa Hospital – Civic Campus: 1053 Carling Avenue