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Contingency List for COVID-19 Vaccine Fixed Clinics

There are times that we find we have extra doses of vaccine near the end of a clinic. This could be because of no shows or last minute cancellations. Given the importance and limited supply of this vaccine, it is imperative that we not waste one dose. We also need to consider that the vaccine is fragile and according to its unique storage and handling guidelines cannot be moved beyond the clinic it has been brought to.

As our fixed sites grow, it is important for us to have a group of ready individuals that live within 30 minutes of one of the fixed sites and would be willing to come and get a vaccine with last minute notice. These individuals still must be part of the priority group we are targeting.

The clinic lead will monitor doses available at the clinic, when they know doses will be available they will pull up the contingency list and begin calling people that meet the eligibility criteria (phone number may come up as a private caller). This individual will be invited to come to the clinic to receive the extra dose.

The individual will be given further direction at the time on where to go and what to do. If there are no extra doses, then we will not need to implement the contingency list for that site on that day.

If you would like to be on the list, please complete the following eform.

Contingency List for COVID-19 Vaccine Fixed Clinics Form

Note: Individuals only need to submit their name once. You will need to provide a piece of work ID (registration card or letter from your employer) as proof that you meet the eligibility criteria for this category.

*The contingency list only applies to those people needing FIRST DOSES ONLY.

  • Name * Required
  • Priority Groups

    Frontline Health Care Workers and Medical First Responders in the following categories: Highest, Very High, High, and Moderate Priority

    Please see this document for details to confirm you are included. Any staff who are around the public/patients in these sectors (including custodial, reception, and other staff) are included.

    Staff and caregivers in retirement homes and other congregate care settings for seniors (e.g., assisted living)

    All Indigenous Adults

    Adult recipients of chronic home care

    Any Adults 60+ in 2021 (born in 1961 or earlier)

    Education staff who directly support students with complex special education needs

    Education staff who provide direct supports to students with complex special needs are defined as those who support students who meet one or more of the following criteria:
    - who require support with activities of daily living, including health and safety measures
    - are unable to wear masks for medical reasons
    - have complex medical needs
    - cannot be accommodated through remote learning.

    Adults with Health Conditions in the Highest or High Risk categories:

    Highest-Risk Health Conditions:
    - Organ transplant recipients
    - Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients
    - Neurological diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (e.g., motor neuron disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis)
    - Haematological malignancy diagnosed <1 year
    - Kidney disease eGFR< 30

    High-Risk Health Conditions:
    - Obesity (BMI > 40)
    - Other treatments causing immunosuppression (e.g., chemotherapy, immunity- weakening medications)
    - Intellectual or developmental disabilities (e.g., Down Syndrome)
  • Priority Group (Please refer to the Priority Groups outlined above) * Required
  • Preferred Location (must be able to arrive within 30 minutes of a call) * Required
  • Certification * Required