Scotiabank Arena to host mass COVID-19 vaccination clinic for young kids Dec. 12
The Canadian Blood Services, in cooperation with the Canadian Hockey League, the National Hockey League Players’ Association and the World Health Organization, will be conducting vaccinations at the Scotiabank Arena in Ottawa from Dec. 12 to 16.
The vaccinations will be free, and available to all Canadians and non-Canadian residents who meet the necessary criteria.
More than 100,000 vaccine-preventable diseases are prevented every year by the Canadian Blood Services, according to the CBS. The vaccine-preventable diseases include hepatitis A, measles, mumps, rubella and pneumococcal infections.
This is part of a province-wide program to vaccinate Canadians, including the Canadian Blood Services, against the needlest0.
If you fall into this category, you’ll need to make arrangements for the delivery of your vaccines at the rink or at your home and return the vaccine with your receipt.
The most common requirement of this type of vaccination is that the person be vaccinated at least a year ago.
For this vaccination clinic, it is also necessary that your child, or other children in your household, attend the clinic in person.
The vaccination will be administered on the ice at 6 p.m.
This, in addition to other vaccines, such as HPV, will help protect young kids against a variety of illnesses like hepatitis A, mumps, and other vaccine-preventable diseases.
If you have an allergy or sensitive to the vaccine, you may need to get prior approval from your doctor before attending this vaccination clinic.
For more information about how to qualify, as well as other details about this vaccination clinic, please contact Blood Services via email: [email protected], by phone: 613-966-8885, or by visiting bloodservices.ca.
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