Who qualifies: Indigenous residents of the city of Thunder Bay over 40 years of age and non-Indigenous partners over 40 who are living in the same household.
Days and location: Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays, Coliseum and the Heritage Building at the CLE grounds
Register at: https://tbdhu.canadaehs.com/Default.aspx?PageID=11550 or by calling 807-624-1871.
Anishnawbe Mushkiki in partnership with the Thunder Bay District Health Unit and the City of Thunder Bay, along with supports from Nokiiwin Tribal Council and the Indigenous Primary Health Care Council will be hosting a mass clinic for the roll-out of COVID-19 vaccinations for the Urban Indigenous population residing in the City of Thunder Bay.
Starting Wednesday, March 24th, Indigenous residents of Thunder Bay over the age of 55 will be able to start booking COVID-19 vaccination appointments online. Those born in 1966 or earlier, regardless if they’ve turned 55 yet this year, are eligible to book an appointment.
The Indigenous population has been identified as a priority in the first round of vaccination allocations.
In honouring and respecting the Indigenous population as a priority, we trust that the people will honour this position on servicing and abiding by these guidelines.
IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ACCESS TO BOOK ONLINE, PLEASE CALL (807) 624-1871 TO BOOK. Book online by visiting: https://tbdhu.canadaehs.com/Default.aspx?PageID=11550
For more information visit: https://mushkiki.com/