Updated March 19, 2021
The following is a list of high priority neighbourhoods that would be offered COVID-19 vaccines through pop-up clinics.
The location of additional clinics will be announced on Mondays as staff proceed through planning for these neighbourhoods in the coming weeks. Details on the roll out to the next priority neighbourhoods including specific maps will be provided on a regular basis moving forward.
The pop-up vaccination clinics will only be available to individuals who are born in or before 1941 or who are adult recipients of chronic home care and who live in these neighbourhoods. Check your eligibility at COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Screening Tool.
Note that effective Monday, March 22, all residents 75 and over are eligible through the Ontario Government Portal at covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/ or if you prefer to call, you can book your vaccine appointments at 1-833-943-3900 .
High Priority Neighbourhoods listed alphabetically:
Residents who were born in or before 1941, or who are adult recipients of chronic home care, and who live in the following communities are eligible to book an appointment via Ottawa Public Health to receive their vaccine through a pop-up clinic:
- Britannia Village
- Whitehaven – Queensway Terrace North
- Carleton Heights – Rideauview
- Sandy Hill
- Emerald Woods
- Heron Gate
- Sawmill Creek
- Carson Grove-Carson Meadows
- Greenboro East
- Hawthorne Meadows
- Hunt Club East – Western Community
- Hunt Club Park
- Lowertown East
- Manor Park
- Parkwood Hills
- Sheffield Glen
- Stewart Farm
- Vanier North
- Vanier South
NOTE: The full report detailing how the SES of neighbourhoods are determined is available here.
If you do not have an OHIP card, proof of age and address could be identification like a driver’s license or passport, and a bill with your postal code on it, like a hydro bill.
We are asking residents to check if they are eligible for vaccine pop-up clinics before calling the booking phone line, as it is only for eligible residents. Please help us keep phone lines open for those who are eligible to receive a vaccine. To confirm that you are eligible for vaccination, please visit Ottawa Public Health’s COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility Screening Tool. In addition, it is important to note that the phone line staff are unable to make any exception to the eligibility as listed on the screening tool.
The City’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout follows the Province of Ontario’s plan and ethical framework to distribute the vaccine in three phases.