- Over 1.5 million doses have been administered across our City.
- 85 per cent of Ottawa residents 18 and over have received at least one dose and
78 per cent are fully vaccinated.
- Residents can drop-in to any community clinic in Ottawa between 10 am and 7 pm to receive a first or second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine without an appointment.
The latest from Ottawa Public Health
- Find answers to your COVID-19 questions in 8 different languages including Punjabi, Hindi, Spanish, Turkish and others! For more information: Multilingual Resources for Diverse Communities
- As of August 18, children born in 2009 or earlier can now be vaccinated at any of our clinics (all of which have walk-in appointments available daily). Learn more, including clinic locations and hours here: COVID-19 Vaccine
- Check out Professor Kiringa’s vaccine story! He chose to get vaccinated to protect not only himself but also the people in his household.
- Our FAQ page has been updated! Find out the answer to who is currently eligible for a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine and am I mandated under the ISPA to disclose my child’s COVID-19 vaccination status?
- New locations have been added to the Neighbourhood Vaccination Hubs. For all hours and locations, please visit COVID-19 Vaccine – Neighbourhood Vaccine Hubs
- ICYMI! Watch here: OPH COVID-19 Technical Briefing aired on Thursday August 19.
- Remember, you can get a COVID-19 test at an assessment centre, care clinic, or community testing site. Learn more about when and how to get a test here.
- Visit the frequently asked questions page for more information about COVID-19 vaccinations.