The youth/adolescent vaccines for children aged 6 months - 11 years is available at St. Lawrence Health locations. Children do not have to be current patients at these locations to receive the vaccination–it is open to all children.
Adults can receive their COVID-19 vaccines at any St. Lawrence Health primary care location, or throughout the community.
We are here to help. For more than two years, COVID-19 has been a part of our lives, and while this may be our "new normal," it is still normal to also experience stress and anxiety.
These videos may be just what you need to gain a new perspective, and we encourage you to view them as many times as you need.
You can schedule tests online! For same-day availability, or if the existing options do not meet your preferred scheduling time, please call the Hotline to speak with a scheduling representative.
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