YELLOWKNIFE (April 1, 2021) –Today the Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Authority announced plans to close the Aspen isolation centre and transition to hotel-based isolation centres in Yellowknife. There are no individuals currently in residence at Aspen.
Groups added March 5th:
Leadership Council Meeting
The Northwest Territories Health and Social Services Leadership Council is holding a board meeting that is open to the public. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, the public are invited to join this meeting virtually:
(Februrary 16, 2020)
Book online, but first please read below to see if you qualify.
Public Notice – Additional First Dose Appointments in Yellowknife for Priority Populations, Second Dose Appointments Being Delayed in Some Communities (February 12, 2021)
Thanks to a great response from residents, we have fully booked all available COVID-19 vaccine appointments between January 26-30 for the expanded priority group in Yellowknife. We are closely monitoring our vaccine supply and may open more appointments if doses become available.
NTHSSA has established a closed overflow vaccination clinic site for the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine. Please note that the clinic is not open to the general public.
COVID-19 VACCINE UPDATE for residents in Yellowknife:
We do apologize for the inconvenience or frustration that the phone backlog may have caused and we are committed to ensuring people have the opportunity to receive an appointment.