PHONE LINES OPEN – MARCH 2, 2021
By Appointment | 1-800-708-2505
Urban Indigenous Population
COVID-19 Vaccination for the
City of Greater Sudbury – Registration for 55+
If you were born prior to 1966, please call now and book you appointment.
Phone Line Hours
Tuesday to Friday
|Ages 70+:||7 a.m. to 12 p.m.|
|Ages 65 to 69:||12 p.m. to 5 p.m.|
|Ages 55-64:||4 p.m. to 9 p.m.|
Please respect the call time for age priority to avoid a system crash.
1298 Bancroft Drive, Sudbury ON
March 5 and March 6
9am to 8pm
In honouring and respecting the Indigenous Population as a priority we trust that the people will honour SKHC’s position on servicing and abiding by these guidelines.
The Shkagamik-Kwe Health Centre in partnership with Public Health Sudbury & Districts and the City of Greater Sudbury along with supports of the Ngo Dwe Waanzizjik – The Urban Indigenous Sacred Circle 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 Greater Sudbury.
The Indigenous population has been identified as a priority in the first round of vaccination allocations. We will be welcoming the Indigenous population of 55 years of age and older.
In addition to the SKHC website, we encourage you to stay informed by reviewing communications on the following websites to answer any questions you may have regarding the vaccine.
We would also like to acknowledge all the Indigenous organization partnerships and the First Nation leaders that are supporting their citizens residing in urban settings. Each one continues to serve their people with excellence. For that we say thank-you and we look forward to our on-going relationship to ensure that all Indigenous people receive the vaccine who want it.