November 3, 2021
The COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic will be relocating to the Brockville Shopping Centre (125 Stewart Boulevard Unit #6) next week with the first clinic being November 9. Anyone who has an appointment at the clinic located at the Health Unit building on Laurier Boulevard will still keep their appointment before November 9. This new site will provide the ability to vaccinate more people and will be a kid friendly clinic when the 5-11 population are approved to be vaccinated. Look for the signage at the front of building to see where to be screened before entering.
To reach residents where they are, vaccine clinics are still being held in several communities throughout Leeds, Grenville and Lanark.
“Thanks to our partners for working with us to provide this fixed site clinic to increase accessibility and the volume of appointments available in this community,” said Dr. Paula Stewart, Medical Officer of Health. “Getting vaccinated is the best way for residents to be protected from COVID-19 and its variants; it also means people around you are more protected.”
Partners in the development and operation of the Brockville COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic: Brockville General Hospital; the Upper Canada Family Health Team; Leeds & Grenville Community Family Health Team; Athens Family Health Teams; EMS of Leeds & Grenville.
How to get vaccinated:
- Book an appointment at the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark online booking portal or call the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark Call Centre at 1-844-369-1234 (call about transportation needs). Booking an appointment will ensure you are prioritized to receive your vaccine.
- Walk-in vaccinations are available at all clinics throughout Leeds, Grenville and Lanark but are limited. You may be provided with a time-stamped card to return to clinic at a later time if the clinic is too busy. Walk-in appointments may be very limited towards the end of the clinic based on vaccine supply.
- Pharmacies have vaccine. Check a participating pharmacy
- Please remember to wear something that makes it easy to access the top of your arm, bring your health card if able, and limit to one caregiver if required.
For more information
Visit the COVID-19 Protection and Vaccines section of our website for information about the vaccines and other questions about COVID-19. You can also follow LGLHealthUnit on Facebook and Twitter or @lglhealthunit.z on Instagram.
Visit the Ministry of Health’s website at https://covid-19.ontario.ca for other information about COVID-19 and vaccines.
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