Wabano Holding Indigenous Vaccination Clinic At Rideau High School; Last Day Is July 29

If you’re a First Nations, Inuit and Métis community member, and you are looking for either your first or second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, then check out the Wabano-OPH Vaccination Clinic at Rideau High School. The last day for appointments is tomorrow, July 29th.


The clinic is open to any community member aged 12 or older. Appointments are available from 11:30am to 7:30pm, and can be booked by calling (613) 691-5505. The clinic is also accepting walk-ins, but there is no online booking option.


When you get to the clinic, you will be required to show proof of Indigenous Identity/Status. Examples of this include a Status Card, an Inuit Beneficiary Card, a Métis Card, or a 60s Scoop Acceptance Letter.


After July 29th, any First Nations, Inuit and Métis community members looking for their first or second dose will need to go through other channels for their appointment. This includes booking an appointment online through the provincial booking system, or by phone at 1-833-943-3900. Other options include booking an appointment at select pharmacies or attending pop-up clinics in high priority neighbourhoods. Click here to find clinic locations near you.


The Wabano-OPH Vaccination Clinic is at Rideau High School, 815 St. Laurent Boulevard. For more information, click here..

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