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11/22/2019

CAF – Flu Vaccine – CFS Leitrim

19-11-13 09:30 - 13:30

Please make every attempt to wear short sleeves and bring your Immunization Booklet with you.  You will be required to remain in the immediate area for 15 minutes following your injection.

 

 

IMMUNIZATION PARADE LOCATIONS AND DATES

 

Site Address Room Date Times
 

Asticou

 

241 Cité-des-Jeunes Blvd, Gatineau

 

Room 2147

 

16 October 2019

 

1000-1400hrs

 

Louis St. Laurent II

 

455 de la Carrière Blvd, Gatineau

 

Room 217

 

22 October 2019

 

1000-1400hrs

 

Star Top Bldg

 

1600 Star Top Road, Ottawa

 

N100 Conference Room, 1st  floor

 

23 October 2019

 

1000-1400hrs

 

Shirley’s Bay

 

3701 Carling Ave, Ottawa

 

Building 91, Conference Room 136

 

6 November 2019

 

1030-1400hrs

 

CFS Leitrim

 

3545 Leitrim Road, Ottawa

 

Inuvik Foyer

4 & 13 November 2019  

0930-1330hrs

 

Coventry

 

285 Coventry Road, Ottawa

 

D09 Conference Room, 5th floor

14 November 2019

 

 

1000-1400hrs

 

NDHQ(Pearkes)

 

101 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa

 

Main Concourse

 

28 October 2019

 

1000-1400hrs

 

NDHQ(Pearkes)

 

101 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa

 

Main Concourse

 

18 November 2019

 

1000-1400hrs

 

NDHQ(Carling)

 

3500 Carling Ave, Ottawa

 

Building 8 Cafeteria,

CC-8, 8C.1.S15.00

30 October 2019

 

 

1030-1400hrs

 

NDHQ(Carling)

 

3500 Carling Ave, Ottawa

 

Building 8 Cafeteria,

CC-8, 8C.1.S15.00

31 October 2019

 

 

1030-1400hrs

 

NDHQ(Carling)

 

3500 Carling Ave, Ottawa

 

Building 8 Cafeteria,

CC-8, 8C.1.S15.00

5 November 2019

 

 

1030-1400hrs

 

NDHQ(Carling)

 

3500 Carling Ave, Ottawa

 

Building 8 Cafeteria,

CC-8, 8C.1.S15.00

21 November 2019

 

 

1030-1400hrs

 

 

Visit the Public Health Agency of Canada website for further information on the Influenza/Flu vaccine: http://www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/influenza/index-eng.php

 

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