COVID -19 Vaccination Information
We highly recommend everyone to receive a COVID-19 vaccine when available to your age/priority group. Vaccinations will not be provided at our clinic, our office is not involved in the booking or administration of theses vaccines.
Middlesex-London Health Unit has announced, they are now expanding the COVID-19 to additional priority groups.
Adults 60 years, or older, are eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment. The online appointment scheduling website can be accessed at https://www.covidvaccinelm.ca/
All of the information that you need about consent forms, registration information, eligibility information, etc., is on that website. PLEASE DO NOT CALL OUR OFFICE WITH CLARIFICATION QUESTIONS AS WE KNOW NOTHING MORE THAN IS AVAILABLE ON THAT WEBSITE.
THESE VACCINATIONS WILL BE DONE AT THE VACCINATION SITES FOR THE TIME BEING, AND NOT AT OUR OFFICE. OUR OFFICE IS NOT INVOLVED IN THE BOOKING OR THE ADMINISTRATION OF THESE VACCINES.
If you are an 65+ year old who is tech-savvy, sign up!
If you know an 65+ year old who is computer-savvy, pass along this info to them.
If you are close to an 65+ year old and know they will need help, please guide them through the process.
Please see this site from the health unit for a complete list of everyone who is eligible: https://www.healthunit.com/covid-19-vaccine-eligibility
We do not have any information yet about younger individuals with other health conditions.
To book by phone: 226-289-3560 Open 8am to 530 pm Monday to Sunday
Please see below information taken from our Health units website (www.healthunit.com). Thank you.
Who is currently eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine?
For the most up to date information please visit: https://www.healthunit.com/covid-19-vaccine-eligibility
How do I book my vaccine appointment?
Currently there are NO vaccination clinics open to the public. Those who are currently eligible are being contacted directly, either by their employer, the long-term care or retirement home with which they are associated, or by the Middlesex-London Health Unit with instructions on how to move forward with booking an appointment.
Where will my vaccination occur?
Vaccinations are delivered in London and Middlesex County, during Phase 1 of the Province’s Vaccine Distribution Implementation Plan, in two ways:
Middlesex-London Health Unit has partnered with the Middlesex-London Paramedic Services to develop mobile teams. They are currently visiting all long-term care and retirement homes.
Vaccination Clinics are currently operating at the Western Fair Agriplex in London and the Caradoc Community Centre in Mount Brydges. Two future sites have been announced at the North London Optimist Community Centre and the Earl Nichols Recreation Centre in London.
Further communications will be provided by the Health Unit and posted here when additional members of the public are eligible to receive the vaccine.