It's the end of an era of the pandemic.
The COVID Cold and Flu Care Clinic at 400 Southgate Dr. is closing at the end of the week.
The location will take patients until the end of day Friday.
Guelph General Hospital said in a news release the closure is because of the steady few months of low volumes and stable COVID hospital admissions.
"The COVID, Cold, Flu Care Clinic played a significant role in meeting the needs of the community during the pandemic by providing community residents a much-needed alternative to the emergency department and primary care," Guelph General Hospital president and CEO Marianne Walker said in a release.
"As care transitions back to community providers, I’d like to thank the over 100 team members from Guelph General Hospital, Guelph Family Health Team and other partner organizations for their valuable service during some very difficult times."
The clinic opened in September 2020, after moving over from the Victoria Road Recreation Centre. The clinic also used to operate on Delhi Street.
The Southgate Drive location expanded last December to include treatment for cold and flu symptoms.
Anyone looking for COVID-19, cold and flu treatment are now asked to go to family doctors, walk-in clinics, pharmacies and clinics led by Guelph Family Health Team physicians and nurse practitioners.
Severe COVID cases should still go to the emergency department.
Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health said it will still offer COVID-19 and flu shots at its Chancellors Way building.
The hospital does caution that COVID-19 is still prevalent in the community, and to continue taking precautions if you're not feeling well.