Update March 1, 2021: There is a lot of information about the COVID-19 vaccine out there. Make sure that what you are accessing is current and factual! The Northwestern Health Unit has information and trusted sources in one handy place: http://ow.ly/I1b450DEPXb
While each of us has had a different COVID-19 experience, those impacted directly by a positive test for themselves or a close family member have a unique burden to carry. If a child or youth has been impacted, it can be especially difficult. Learn how to support them here: http://ow.ly/Wdv350DFbev
Update February 2, 2021: The COVID-19 vaccine is not currently available to the general public and there is no wait list that you need to get on. Similar to flu shot clinics, the public will be notified when it’s time to book appointments by advertising widely to communities the NWHU serves. The Health Unit’s goal is to make sure everyone who wants to get the vaccine, gets it. To find out more about the Government’s distribution plans and timelines, please visit: http://ow.ly/OD9U50DhGkx
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Assessment Centre/COVID-19 testing centre. All individuals with at least one symptom of COVID-19; or those who are concerned that they have been exposed to COVID-19; or people who are at risk of exposure to COVID-19 through their employment are eligible to get tested.