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COVID-19: Details for Hosting an Onsite Vaccination Clinic

COVID-19: Details for Hosting an Onsite Vaccination Clinic

According to a recent press release, Ontario is exploring employer-operated onsite vaccination clinics with a focus on hot spot communities at greatest risk.

These clinics will be set up, operated and funded by participating employers within hot spot areas and will vaccinate employees aged 18 and over as well as members of the local and neighbouring communities. The government has also indicated that employer-operated onsite clinics must have the support of local public health units and hospitals.


As detailed in the announcement, employers interested in hosting an onsite clinic must meet the following criteria:

  • The workplace must be located within an identified hot-spot community and have had a previous COVID-19 outbreak or is at risk of an outbreak.
  • The onsite clinic will vaccinate employees that cannot work at home, many of whom reside in hot-spot areas.
  • The employer will also vaccinate those in the local community, either at the onsite clinic or an alternative location in consultation with the local public health unit.
  • The employer will take on the responsibility of setting up, operating and funding the onsite vaccination clinic as well as the community clinics being sponsored if not onsite.

Employers, who are located within an identified hot-spot community and meet the eligibility criteria, can inquire about hosting an onsite clinic by contacting

For more information about this announcement, please click here.

OWMA continues to monitor the ongoing COVID-19 situation and will continue to provide updates to our members on the latest news and resources for the waste management sector