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Under Ontario Government regulations, every person must fill out the COVID-19 Daily Health Check-In form online before coming to campus and must receive confirmation they are permitted to do so.


Ensuring a safe return to campus

Changes and news as of September 17, 2021, 10:50 a.m.

At uOttawa, we believe that the health of our community comes first. This is why anyone who intends on coming to campus for any reason must be vaccinated.

It is mandatory that everyone in the uOttawa community – students, faculty, and staff – certify their vaccination status using the COVID-19 Vaccination Declaration online tool whether they intend to come to campus or not.

Anyone visiting uOttawa for any reason, including contractors, vendors, tenants, and visitors, are also required to certify their vaccination status, using the COVID-19 Vaccination Declaration online tool.

Please refer to the mandatory vaccination webpage for more details.

Vaccination clinic

The City of Ottawa and Ottawa Public Health have opened a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic geared towards post-secondary students here on campus at the Minto Sports Complex located at 801 King Edward Avenue, rink #2.

The clinic’s opening hours are:

Tuesday to Friday: 12:45 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday: 9:45 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Closed on Sunday and Monday

Anyone seeking a vaccine can come on a first come first served basis during hours of operation and receive one. No appointment is necessary.

Appointment cards may be given with a return time later in the day to receive a vaccine if the clinic is very busy.

Get vaccinated: find out where you can get vaccinated and all the related information on vaccination and contribute to Ontario’s efforts to tackle COVID-19.
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