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Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit expands COVID-19 vaccination capacity at Almonte clinic

More spaces will be made available starting Thursday.
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The Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit is expanding its vaccination capacity at the Almonte Vaccine Clinic.

As of Thursday, April 29, more space will be available at the clinic.

Expanded availability has also been made available at the Almonte and District Community Centre at 182 Bridge St. to accommodate more vaccination stations and still retain physical distancing.

“Increasing access to vaccinations will help us keep our community safe,” said Dr. Paula Stewart, medical officer of health. “By working together, we will help to vaccinate every eligible person in our community, faster.”

Residents over the age of 60 can now book an appointment to get vaccinated at one of the COVID-19 clinics in Brockville, Kemptville, Smiths Falls or Almonte (or elsewhere in Ontario).

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