Local COVID-19 Vaccine Status for February 8, 2021

Tuesday, 09 February 2021

Local COVID-19 Vaccine Status for February 8, 2021


What was done last week?

  • Due to a delay in the Moderna shipment, no clinics were held this week.
  • From February 1st – February 7th: 0 individuals received the vaccine this week.
  • A total of 1717 individuals have received a vaccine (either through the KHSC Clinic, the Ottawa Hospital Clinic or one of our mobile clinics)

What is the plan for this week?

What are we working on for next week

What can I do now?

  • Get informed visit COVID-19 Protection and Vaccine
  • Stay healthy
    • Follow COVID precautions – wear a mask, keep the 2m/6ft distance from others, follow stay at home order
    • Stay home if sick and contact the Assessment Centres for testing
    • Ensure your other immunizations are up to date
    • Discuss any concerns with your health care provider, here is the link to consent form COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Consent Form (gov.on.ca)
  • Be patient. It will take time for COVID-19 vaccines to be distributed to everyone in the community. Each group will be specifically identified and notified in advance to plan for vaccination – information will be posted on our website, social media, local media, and through healthcare and community partners – you won’t be missed!

The Health Unit’s COVID-19 Distribution and Administration Roll Out Plan helps facilitate the efficient and effective delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark and aligns with the Ministry of Health’s COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Plan.

For more detailed information and FAQs about the vaccine visit the COVID-19 Protection and Vaccine section of our website.


For media interviews, contact: Susan Healey, Communications Co-ordinator, 613-802-0550 or or Katie Jackson, Manager, 613-812-0416 or email

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