Tom Brown arena, one of Ottawa’s H1N1 vaccination site is currently closed but will open tomorrow.
Tom Brown Arena
Ottawa resident’s will line up on the pavement in the early hours to get their wristbands.
They will then be told to come back at a later time to gather at this City of Ottawa tent.
The inside of the tent is lined and heated to keep those waiting in line warm.
After the tent, people are called in 50 at a time to wait inside the arena, on the lower level
People are then called 15-20 at a time onto the second floor where they will receive their shots.
Pamphlets to be handed out detailing the new priority groups.
Health care workers (not pictured) organize their supplies
After registration, you will then move on to the waiting area.
Computers line the room, the vaccination takes place at the table after you’ve registered your health information.
After you receive your shot you enter the “recovery area” for 15 minutes and then you are allowed to leave.
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