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Pop-up Vaccination Clinics

 Safe and effective vaccines will help protect us against COVID-19 and are a vital tool in our response to this pandemic.  Book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment or check out a pop-up vaccination clinic.

Please note: Appointments are required at the Health Unit’s mass vaccination clinics at Western Fair Agriplex, Caradoc Community Centre and Earl Nichols Recreation Centre.

Middlesex-London Paramedic Service Mobile COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

The Middlesex-London Paramedic Service (MLPS) are operating a mobile COVID-19 booster clinic throughout Middlesex County. 

  • First doses available to anyone five years of age and older.
  • Second doses are available. Please ensure it's 56 days (8 weeks) after your first dose.
  • Booster doses / third doses are available. Please confirm the booster dose / third dose eligible criteria to ensure the time between your second and booster / third dose is followed.
  • Please bring your health card or another piece of identification. This can be any form of identification that confirms your identity and date of birth.
Date and Time Location
January 17, 2022
10AM to 5PM
Lucan Memorial Centre
263 Main St., Lucan
January 18, 2022
10AM to 5PM
North Middlesex Community Centre
225 McLeod St., Parkhill
January 19, 2022
11AM to 6:30PM
Thorndale Lions Community Centre
265 Queen St., Thorndale
January 20, 2022
11AM to 6:30PM
Glencoe Fire Station, *drive thru*
71 Main St., Glencoe
January 25, 2022
10AM to 5PM
Ailsa Craig Recreation Centre
155 Annie Ada Shipley St., Ailsa Craig
January 26, 2022
10AM to 5PM
Gemini Sports Complex Works
667 Adair Blvd, Strathroy
January 27, 2022
10AM to 5PM
Lucan Memorial Centre
263 Main St. Lucan
January 30, 2022
10AM to 5PM
FlightExec Centre, auditorium
2066 Dorchester Rd., Dorchester
January 31, 2022
11AM to 6:30PM
Glencoe Fire Station, *drive thru*
71 Main St., Glencoe


Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre is holding a pop-up clinic.

  • 5 years and older are eligible for 1st or 2nd dose
  • children 5 to 11 years old should be 8 weeks between doses
  • First Nations Inuit Metis (FNIM) 16 years of age and older and non-Indigenous household members are eligible for 1st, 2nd, or 3rd doses
  • individuals 12 years of age and older must be 84 days between doses

Appointment Required

  • Online
  • Call for assistance: 519-914-1857

Westmount Mall, Community Room
785 Wonderland Rd, S

Friday, January 21

10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Date of creation: June 9, 2021
Last modified on: January 17, 2022