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You Can Now Book A COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment If You’re 75 Or Older In Windsor Essex

Tuesday March 23rd, 2021, 12:05pm


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If you’re 75 years of age or older, or will be in 2021, you’re now able to book an appointment for a vaccine at one of the area’s four mass-vaccination clinics.

The Windsor Essex County Health Unit says the booking system is available online as of noon on Tuesday, March 23rd.

Here’s the link:

Or they say you can call 226-773-2200.

Using the booking system, you’ll be able to register to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment at any of the four local sites:

  • The Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre clinic (Windsor)
  • The Nature Fresh Farms Recreation Centre (NFFRC) clinic (Leamington)
  • The St. Clair College SportsPlex (Windsor)
  • The University of Windsor’s Windsor Hall at the downtown campus (Windsor)

The Health Unit says vaccination clinics are by appointment only and walk-ins will not be accepted. The Health Unit is not using the provincial online booking system at this time.

If you need transportation to or from one of the clinics, Transit Windsor has waived fees for those taking a bus. You can find more information about that initiative here:

Wondering what to expect when heading to the clinic? The Health Unit’s vaccine clinic website lists details on what to bring, and what to expect at your appointment.  Find that here:

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