Yellowknife COVID clinic comes to a close

The Comirnaty vaccine by Pfizer-BioNTech. (Photo retrieved from Pixabay)

As of April 29, residents can no longer access COVID-19 or monkeypox vaccines at the Yellowknife Covid clinic inside Centre Square Mall.

However, services will still be available through Yellowknife Public Health until the end of June.

Beginning May 1, residents can book appointments for the Covid-19 vaccine at the Public Health Office at the Jan Stirling Building on 4702 Franklin Avenue.

Residents can also book their appointment online at the NTHSSA website.

Residents living outside of Yellowknife are asked to call their local health centre.

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