Askennonia hosting series of COVID-19 vaccine clinics – MidlandToday

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Askennonia Senior Centre is supporting vaccination efforts by hosting a series of pop-up walk-in clinics.
The clinics will be held Thursdays and Fridays from 1 to 4 p.m. at Askennonia until the end of May.
Arcade & Jory Guardian Pharmacy will be on hand to vaccinate those aged 60+ and Indigenous people and their non-Indigenous household members who are 18 and older.
Those hoping to get their fourth shot will need to have had their last booster before Dec 2 and Dec 3 respectively for the first clinic, which occurred last Thursday.
If your last booster was after that date, please wait for the appropriate date to come in. Click here for a table that determines whether you are eligible (140 days) since your last vaccination date.
If you have had COVID, you may want to check with your doctor or a pharmacist about when to boost.
If you plan on attending one of Askennonia's clinics (or getting your shot at a pharmacy), please have the consent forms filled out before attending to speed up the process. You can download and print the form here or pick up a hard copy at Askennonia reception prior to the clinic.
All pharmacies administering the boosters will need this form completed, so if you have an appointment at another pharmacy, you should take it with you to your appointment.
For those preferring a scheduled appointment, Askennonia has booked the Go-Vaxx Bus to come to its parking lot from 10 a.m. to  6 p.m. on Mon May 2 and Thurs May 12, but you can't book those appointments until four days prior. Walk-ins may also be available, depending on registration numbers.
You can also register on the Ontario portal for mass clinics in Barrie or Orillia.  Click here to book at a mass clinic.
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