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UPDATED: Health Unit’s Pop Up Clinics End Early

Monday May 3rd, 2021, 8:08am


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The St. Angela Merici church hall on Erie Street East was one of the clinic locations.

Last updated: Monday May 3rd, 1:06pm

The Health Unit’s allocation of COVID-19 vaccines has reached capacity at two pop-up locations in the city.

Health Unit CEO Theresa Marentette says as of 1:00pm they have reached their allocation and will not be taking any more patients.

“We are pleased with the excellent community response to the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit Mobile Pop Up Clinics in the N9A and N9C area codes,” Marentette said. “We have now reached the end of our vaccine allocation for these clinics and will not be taking in any new clients.”

The Health Unit says those who received a card indicating an appointment time today should still attend their scheduled appointment and anyone with an appointment card will get a vaccine and should report back to the site about 20 minutes in advance of their scheduled time.

The walk-up only clinics were for individuals 18 years of age or older who live or work in the N9A or N9C postal code areas.

Mackenzie Hall was one of the locations of the pop-ups

The clinics were open from 9:00am and were schedule to run until 4:00pm or until vaccine supply ran out.

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