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Central Health offers walk-in opportunities at all COVID-19 vaccination sites

Updated: Sep 1, 2021

Central Health would like to advise it will continue to offer walk-in opportunities for COVID-19 vaccination at all of its vaccination sites throughout the Central Newfoundland region.

Walk-in vaccinations will be open to all ages 12 and above, and will take place throughout the day at the following dates and locations:

Wednesday, September 8th

  • Gander – Gander Pentecostal Church Sanctuary

  • Grand Falls-Windsor – St. Joseph’s Parish Hall

Tuesday, September 14th

  • Glovertown – Glovertown Lions Club

  • Springdale – Springdale Salvation Army

Wednesday, September 15th

  • Gander – Gander Pentecostal Church Sanctuary

  • Grand Falls-Windsor – St. Joseph’s Parish Hall

  • Harbour Breton – Harbour Breton Lions Club

  • Twillingate – Twillingate United Church Hall

Tuesday, September 27th

  • St. Alban’s – St. Alban’s Lions Club

Tuesday, September 28th

  • New Wes Valley – Valleyfield Pentecostal Church

  • Botwood – Botwood Roman Catholic Church

Thursday, September 30th

  • Lewisporte – Lewisporte Salvation Army

  • Springdale – Springdale Salvation Army

These clinics are open to individuals seeking their first or second dose and have not booked a vaccination appointment. Please note there will be a limited number of walk-in appointments available at each site.

Individuals who had Moderna, Pfizer, or AZ as a first dose can avail of walk-in vaccinations as long as their first dose was given at least 28 days prior.

Individuals should continue to check Central Health’s website as we are continuing to add clinics weekly. Those wishing to book an appointment at these clinics can still do so by clicking here or calling 1-833-961-3749.

You should not take part in a walk-in clinic or schedule an appointment for a vaccine if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19. Instead, complete a COVID-19 Assessment and referral by clicking here.

While waiting for your opportunity for vaccination, and after vaccination, it is important for everyone to continue to follow public health guidance to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your communities including:

  • Wearing a mask in public

  • Washing your hands frequently

  • Respecting public health guidance on gatherings, travel and quarantine · Completing the online self-assessment at or calling 811 if you are experiencing one or more symptoms of COVID-19 to arrange testing.

Central Health will continue to communicate as additional vaccine information becomes available and more clinics are set up. For more information on COVID-19 vaccines, please visit Health Canada. For up-to-date information on the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit


Media contact: Gayle St. Croix Director, Communications and Government Relations



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