2022 COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

Updated February 9th, 2022 

We are pleased to announce Operation Remote Immunity (ORI) 3.0 Phase 2 COVID-19 vaccine clinics have been scheduled within the James and Hudson Bay Area beginning January 24, 2022. Your local community health centers may also continue to host vaccine clinics before or after ORI begins. Please contact your local Public Health Center for more information about vaccination opportunities near you. 

At ORI, first doses will be available to those aged 5+. Second doses will be available to those 5+, including children ages 5-11 who received their first vaccine dose during Operation Remote Immunity 3.0 Phase 1 in November/December 2021. Third dose/booster shots will be available for those 16+ who received their second vaccine dose more than 84 days ago. 

Please bring your health card and proof of vaccination. For help accessing your proof of vaccination, click here

NEW: ORI 3.0 and COVID-19 Community Resources

Click here to view the WAHA ORI 3.0 and COVID-19 Community Resource Hub.

Third Dose Eligibility: 

Individuals residing in First Nation, Inuit, or Metis communities who are aged 12+  may be eligible for a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine if they received their second dose at least 84 days ago. Use our third dose eligibility table (below) to determine if you may be eligible for a third dose of COVID-19 vaccine, based on the date of your second COVID-19 vaccine. Third doses may also be available at a shorter interval for specific high-risk immunocompromised individuals. If you are unsure about your eligibility, reach out to your primary care provider, local public health center, or visit the ORI clinic nearest you for support.  

Pediatric Doses (Children Aged 5-11): 

As of November 19, 2021, Health Canada has approved the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children aged 5-11. The recommended interval for children aged 5-11 to receive their second dose of COVID-19 vaccine is 8 weeks after their first dose. This is the same interval that is recommended for all ages for a second dose of COVID-19 vaccine at this time. 

ORI 3.0 COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics – Master Schedule 

Second and Third Dose Eligibility Table 

To receive your third COVID-19 vaccine dose, you must have received your second COVID-19 vaccine dose at least 84 days before (ages 12+).  

Persons who are immunocompromised should discuss their eligibility with their primary care provider, or reach out to their local public health center for more information. 

 
To receive your second COVID-19 vaccine dose, you must have received your first COVID-19 vaccine dose at least 56 days before (ages 5+).  

Use the following table to determine your eligibility: 

 
Clinic Date 
(The date you are attending for your 2nd or 3rd dose:) 
Clinic Location  
Third Dose Eligibility Date 
Ages 12+ 
(must have received second dose before:) 
 
Second Dose Eligibility Date 
Ages 5+ 
(recommended to have received first dose before:) 
February 9, 2022 Fort Albany November 17, 2021 December 15, 2021 
February 10, 2022 Kashechewan November 18, 2021 December 16, 2021 
February 11, 2022 Attawapiskat  
November 19, 2021 
December 17, 2021 

Please note that there will also be first doses available at each vaccine clinic.We encourage all eligible community members to come out and get vaccinated!