Pop-up Clinics in high risk communities
Ottawa Public Health is working with community partners, including community health and resource centres to hold pop-up COVID-19 vaccine clinics for people 18 years of age and older (born in 2003 or before) who live in specific areas of certain high-priority neighbourhoods, like Bayshore.
Eligible residents will be notified of clinic and registration options through a targeted approach which may include door-to-door outreach, multilingual posters in the neighbourhood, and e-mails. At this time, these pop-up clinics are not advertised widely to the greater public as the intent is to reach individuals in specified areas. There is no phone-in or online option to book at this time and there may not be any walk-up availability.
Residents attending these clinics must provide proof of address in the selected neighbourhood. If there are cancellations, missed appointments or extra doses available, this information will be shared through targeted channels.