Grey Bruce adds new clinics and expanded hours for COVID-19 vaccines

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As COVID-19 Vaccine supply increases, the Grey Bruce Health Unit is expanding existing clinics and adding new clinics. Two walk-in clinics have been arranged where no appointment is required.

Those clinics are being held Tuesday June 29, at the Julie McArthur Recreation Centre in Owen Sound from 4:30 to 6:30 pm; and again Wednesday, June 30, at the P&H Centre in Hanover from 4:30 to 6:30 pm.

These clinics are for those 18 years an older and will offer Moderna vaccine, both first and second dose.  National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) and provincial recommendations
confirm Moderna is safely interchangeable with both Pfizer and AstraZeneca for second dose.

A youth-only COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic is scheduled for Friday, July 2, at the Hanover P&H Centre. The clinic runs from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm

Additionally, there are Hockey Hub Clinics throughout the week; Monday and Tuesday in Owen Sound; Wednesday and Friday in Hanover; and Tuesday and Friday in Kincardine.

With vaccine supply increasing, the Grey Bruce Health Unit is in need of volunteers to staff the Hockey Hub Vaccine Clinic locations across Grey and Bruce Counties.

Depending on the Hub, three shifts of about 20 – 25 volunteers are needed at each location throughout the day to assist in cleaning, supporting client in navigating and client screening.

Anyone interested in volunteering please read the volunteer information of our website at: