Not sure if it is your turn?
Answer short questions in the pre-registration tool to see if you are eligible.
Book an appointment if you meet the criteria
Register at ontario.ca/book-vaccine or call 1-833-943-3900 between 8 am and 8 pm, seven days a week
- Adults 50 years of age and older (Those living in Ottawa Public Health (OPH) determined high-risk communities can also call OPH at 613 691-5505, see list below)
- Adults 18 years of age and older living in “hot spots” (K1T, K1V or K2V) (OPH has its own list of high-risk communities which is not based on postal code, see list of Bay Ward’s high-risk neighbourhoods below)
- First group of essential workers who cannot work from home
- Clients with highest-risk and high-risk health conditions, including pregnant individuals, and their caregivers
- Adults receiving chronic home health care
- First Nations, Métis and Inuit populations
Other residents may already be eligible based on age or risk factor as determined by the Province of Ontario. Check OttawaPublicHealth.ca for eligibility and to learn how to get a vaccine.
- Patient and non-patient facing health care workers
- Faith leaders
Options for other groups:
- Adults 40 years of age or older – Find a list of participating pharmacies online and contact the pharmacy for a vaccine
- Outreach is ongoing for residents staying in Ottawa shelters
- First Nations, Métis and Inuit populations can also call 613-691-5505 for Wabano or 613-740-0999 for Akausivik
OPH High-risk neighbourhoods
- The site neighbourhoodstudy.ca/maps-2/ is used to determine neighbourhood boundaries
COMING SOON – Ottawa Public Health (OPH) is implementing new approaches for pop-up clinics in high-risk communities. In the weeks to come, adults 18 years of age and older who live in these areas will be eligible for a vaccine. They will be notified of clinic and registration options through a targeted approach.
- Bayshore – Belltown
- Britannia Village
- Whitehaven – QTN
- Other high-risk communities in the City
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.
Additional groups will become eligible as the City receives provincial direction and additional vaccine. Information will be communicated as soon as it is received.
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