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Nov. 25, 2022 -
To book your appointment for a first, second, third, or fourth dose COVID-19 vaccine, please visit this page on the Ottawa Public Health website or you may visit the Ontario online booking portal. Unfortunately we are not NOT administering COVID-19 vaccines at our office. The ones available are Moderna and Pfizer - they are interchangeable and both are extremely effective. Bivalent boosters are available to the general public as of Sept. 26th 2022.
Neighbourhood hubs listed in the OPH website are a great way to receive your vaccine without an appointment.
Who can receive the vaccine?
The Moderna Spikevax (25 microgram dose) mRNA COVID-19 vaccine is the first COVID19 vaccine authorized in Canada for use in pediatric populations under the age of 5 years. Moderna Spikevax (25 mcg) was approved for children six months to five years of age on July 14, 2022 by Health Canada.
Children aged 5-11 years old are eligible for two doses of a pediatric Pfizer vaccine at your local community centre or pharmacy. Eligible people aged 12+ may receive their first, second, and third dose vaccines at a city-based facility, pop-up clinic, or in select pharmacies. It is currently recommended to stay with an 8 week interval between doses in this age group, in order to optimize the immune response.
Flu Vaccines for the 2022-2023 season are now available. Please contact us through the webform or call for an appointment, priority is being given to children under 4 and adults over 65.
Nov. 25, 2022 - We are trying to maintain childhood vaccines as close to the regular schedule as possible and hold in-person appointments for these primary vaccines in high priority.
We are booking elective adult vaccines.
Shingrix is a 2-dose vaccine against shingles that is now covered for adults aged 65-70. Pneumovax is a 23-strain vaccine against pneumonococcus bacteria that is covered above age 65.
Prevnar is a 13-strain penumococcal vaccine we are also recommending for adults aged 50 and over, but is not currently covered by the Ontario government.
Grade 7 vaccines are now being administered at school, or at catch-up community clinics; however, they can be done with your family doctor under exceptional circumstances.