ANYONE AGED 12+ who has not yet received a FIRST DOSE of the COVID-19 vaccine:
Please reach out to the Elliot Lake Family Health Team by calling 705-461-8882 to book at one of our upcoming vaccine clinics.
Vaccine Clinic Update: We expect a shipment delay for Pfizer this week (June 21-25) and will be receiving Moderna. As reported by Public Health – Pfizer and Moderna can be interchangeable and either one can be used as a second dose for people who had AstraZeneca as a first dose.
A drop-in FIRST DOSE vaccination clinic will be at the Collins Hall on
June 29th from 5-7 pm.
The COVID-19 assessment centre is located at the Elliot Lake Family Health Team. Call (705) 461 – 8882 to book an assessment.
The COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic is being held at the W.H. Collins Hall. Staff at the ELFHT are calling eligible persons to book their appointments. If you are eligible, and have not yet been called, feel free to call the clinic at (705) 461 – 8882. Also, if you previously declined an appointment, but now wish to book one, please call the clinic. Please be patient with staff, as we are currently experiencing a high volume of calls.
If you have an appointment scheduled: PLEASE PRINT, REVIEW, AND COMPLETE THE CONSENT FORM FOR THE COVID-19 VACCINE. Bring the consent form with you to your vaccination appointment. If you are unable to do so, some copies will be available on site. Please click the “download” button to print the form:
Eligible groups for vaccinations in Elliot Lake are as follows:
For First (1st) Doses:
- Anyone aged 12+
If you or your child(ren) are between the ages of 12-17, please call the ELFHT directly to book an appointment, as this will ensure you are vaccinated sooner than if you book through the Algoma Public Health website.
A drop-in first dose vaccination clinic will be at the Collins Hall on June 29th from 5-7 pm to make it easier for people to get a first dose.
For Second (2nd) Doses:
- Ages 70+ who received their first dose on or before May 9, 2021
- Healthcare Workers
- Staff and essential caregivers associated with long-term care, retirement homes and other congregate care settings
- Indigenous persons (First Nations, Metis, Inuit)
- Those who received AstraZeneca for a first dose and would like Moderna for a second dose*
- Those who received Moderna for a first dose*
*For a second dose of Moderna, please call the ELFHT to book an appointment for your second dose at our Friday June 25th vaccine clinic.
The ELFHT will be contacting everyone who received a first dose with us to arrange their appointment for a second dose, according to the date when their first dose was received. We are currently booking those who received their first dose in MAY.
Please check here or the ELFHT Facebook page for updates.
For further clarification on any of this information, please visit the Algoma Public Health website at: