Vaccination Information - Ontario Health Coalition

 
Vaccination Information
                                          Updated April 7 2021

Ontario
Every region in Ontario is covered by a local Public Health Unit. Each Public Health Unit is
making appointments for different age groups and priority groups. Some Public Health Units
are using the Ontario-wide vaccine booking system and some have their own booking systems.

Ontario-wide vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 70+. However,
individual Public Health Units have different criteria for who is eligible for the vaccine and most Public
Health Units are offering appointments to adults aged 60+, some are even vaccinating 50+. If you
search your local Public Health Unit below you will find links to either the provincial booking system,
or the local booking system.

The AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of
April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an appointment with them you can visit:
https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Anyone who has questions about the safety and effectiveness of the vaccines can ask freely by joining
COVID-19 Resources Canada, a volunteer group of scientists, pharmacists and physicians as they are
hosting Question and Answer sessions every Monday, Thursday and Saturday from 8-9 pm EST online
on Zoom.
Attendance is free and registration is available here:
https://covid19resources.ca/public/discussions/register-for-vaccine-qa/

For specific information about the vaccine rollout criteria, vaccine clinic locations and how to book,
find the information from your local Public Health Unit listed below.

Algoma
All clinics are by appointment only, criteria for vaccine is listed below:
     • Adults 70+ and older
     • Indigenous adults (18+ and household members) (First Nations, Metis, Inuit)
     • Staff and essential caregivers in long-term care, retirement homes and other congregate care
          settings for seniors (e.g. assisted living)
     • Highest, Very High, High, and Moderate Priority Healthcare workers
     • Faith leaders who provide end of life care; care of the deceased, funerals, bathing, or other
          ceremony with direct contact with deceased persons; home visits to unwell persons; pastoral
          care in hospitals/long-term care homes/retirement homes or other vulnerable settings.
     • Adult recipients of chronic home care

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

To book an appointment please call the number for the following clinics

Clinics:
Sault Ste. Marie & Area
GFL Memorial Gardens click here to book:
Batchewana Health Centre- Rankin Arena 705 254 7827
Garden River Wellness Centre- will be contacting homebound adults who receive chronic home care
to offer immunization
Indian Friendship Centre Building 705-256-5634 for the following only:
    • Indigenous Adults 80+ and Highest Priority Health Care Workers
    • Indigenous Adults 55-79 and Very High and High Priority Health Care Workers
    • Indigenous Adults 18-54 and Moderate Priority Health Care Workers

Elliot Lake & Area
Elliot Lake- Collins Hall 1-705-461-8882 ext. 611
Spanish- Four Seasons Waterfront 705-356-2551 ext. 5010

North Algoma
Wawa (only available to people that live or work here)- Michipicoten Memorial Community Centre
705-914-0464
White River- Royal Canadian Legion 1-807-822-2320
Dubreullville- Eddy K. Lefrancois Recreation Centre 705-884-2884

Central & East Algoma
Blind River- Blind River Community Centre 705-356-1666 ext. 270
Thessalon/Richards Landing/Desbarats- If you are a patient of the following:
     • Richards Landing Medical Clinic 705-246-2477
     • Bruce Mines Medical Clinic 705-785-3495
     • Thessalon Medical Clinic 705-842-2905
     • The North Channel Nurse Practioner-Led Clinic 705-842-9898
If you are not a patient of the above:
     • The North Channel Nurse Practioner-Led Clinic 705-842-9696
     • Richards Landing Legion Hall Immunization Clinic (do not leave a message) 705-246-2625 ext.
         201
Iron Bridge (only available to people that live or work here)- Iron Bridge Lions Club 705-356-2551 ext.
5010
Thessalon First Nation Community Centre (Thessalon First Nation Community and Band Members in
Algoma only) (705) 842-2323

Brant County
All clinics are by appointment only, for adults 65 years-of-age and older.
Click here to book

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Chatham
All clinics are by appointment only, criteria for vaccine is listed below:
     • Residents, staff, and essential caregivers of congregate care settings for seniors (specifically
          long-term care, retirement and First Nations Elder care homes)
     • Alternative level of care patients in hospitals
     • Highest, Very High, High and Moderate priority health care workers
     • Adults 65+ (born in 1956 or earlier) NEW March 30, 2021
     • First Nation, Inuit, Metis and Urban Indigenous residents and their immediate household
          members aged 16+
     • Adult recipients of chronic home care (long-term patients of home and community care
          services)
•   Faith leaders who provide: end of life care; care of the deceased, funerals, bathing, or other
        ceremony with direct contact with deceased persons; home visits to unwell persons; pastoral
        care in hospitals/long-term care homes/retirement homes or other vulnerable settings.

To book an appointment you can:
    • call 519-351-1010
    • email getyourshot@chatham-kent.ca if you are unable to call
    • OR click here to search for a pharmacy in Chatham

    The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
    pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
    appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Durham
Appointment bookings are online here for the following criteria:
   • Adults 65 years of age and older, or who will be turning 65 in 2021.
   • All Indigenous adults and adult household members.
   • Individuals with health conditions, starting with Highest-Risk and High-Risk health conditions.
   • Highest-Risk Health Conditions include:
   • Organ transplant recipients; Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients; Neurological
       diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (e.g., motor neuron disease,
       myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis); Blood cancer diagnosed < 1 year; Kidney disease with
       eGFR < 30.
   • Individuals in the Highest-Risk group may have their main essential caregiver vaccinated.
   • High-Risk Health Conditions include:
   • Obesity (BMI > 40); Other treatments causing immunosuppression (e.g., chemotherapy,
       immunity weakening medications); Intellectual or developmental disabilities (e.g., Down
       Syndrome).
   • Individuals in the High-Risk group may have their main essential caregiver vaccinated.
   • High-Risk Congregate Living Settings
   • Residents, essential caregivers and staff in High-risk congregate living settings (residential
       facilities where a high-risk client population live or stay overnight and use shared spaces e.g.,
       common sleeping areas, shared bathrooms, shared kitchens, communal dining spaces).
       Includes supportive housing, developmental services/intervenor including independent living,
       adult correctional facilities, children’s residential facilities (residents over 16, staff and foster
       parents).
   • Essential caregivers* are included for the following congregate settings: developmental
       services, mental health and addictions congregate settings, homes for special care, children’s
       residential facilities, and Indigenous healing and wellness facilities.

    The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
    pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
    appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

    Clinics
    Audley Recreation Centre
    Uxbridge Arena
    Scugog Arena
    Rick Macleish Memorial Community Centre Arena
    The Garnet B. Rickard Recreation Complex
    Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex Arena- Enter at the back of the Arena
    Durham College and Ontario Tech University
McKinney Centre

Eastern Ontario
All clinics are by appointment only, criteria for vaccine is listed below:
     • Individuals who will be turning 60 or older in 2021
     • Health care worker (Click to see how health care workers are prioritized)
     • Staff member or essential caregiver at a long-term care or retirement home
Click here to pre-register then here to book an appointment through the Ontario booking site.

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Grey Bruce
Any adults 60 years of age and older by the end of 2021 can now schedule an appointment for a
vaccine through your health care provider or using the provincial booking system.

If you have not booked an appointment through your health care provider:
Call the Provincial number 1-888-999-6488
Online: https://ontario.ca/bookvaccine

For more information, call 1-833-421-1999 (Monday to Friday: 8 am – 7 pm; Saturday and Sunday 8
am to 4 pm).

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at
local pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and
make an appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Haldimand-Norfolk
Vaccination is currently available in Haldimand and Norfolk Counties for:
    • Individuals born in 1956 or earlier
    • Individuals eligible under Phase 1
    • Individuals with a health condition listed in the Highest-Risk or High-Risk category under
        Phase 2
    • Up to one primary essential caregiver for individuals with a health condition listed in the
        Highest-Risk or High-Risk category under Phase 2 who require regular and sustained
        assistance with personal care and/or activities of daily living
    • Residents, staff, and certain essential caregivers of high-risk congregate settings listed under
        Phase 2
    • Faith leaders (providing end-of-life care, care of the deceased, funerals or other ceremonies
        with direct contact of deceased persons, home visits to unwell, pastoral care in institutions).
    • Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation, Metis or Inuit indigenous adults (18+), and their adult
        household members
You can book your appointment here, or call 519-427-5903 and leave a message with your name and
phone number.

The Haldimand-Norfolk Vaccine Task Force has launched a waitlist to ensure all available vaccine
doses are administered. Currently, we are accepting the names and contact information for
individuals who are aged 65-69 years (born in the years 1952-1956.)
www.hnhu.org/vaccinewaitlist
The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at
local pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and
make an appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District
Vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 60+. You may call the Provincial
Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and appointment,
open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information here to see if
you are eligible and book an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at
local pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and
make an appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Vaccines appointments are available for Indigenous adults (18+) and their adult household
members (18+). You may call the following numbers to make an appointment at the local
clinics listed below.
Haliburton County: S.G. Nesbitt Memorial Arena, 55 Parkside Street, Minden
April 12 – 10 am to 5:30 pm
To Book: Phone lines are open to book appointments from 9:30 am too 6 pm April 6 to 8 and
from 9:30 am to noon on April 9.
     • 905-260-9525
     • 705-559-2809
     • 705-935-0066
     • 705-775-0632
Kawartha Lakes: Lindsay Exhibition, 354 Angeline Street South, Lindsay
This is a drive-thru clinic model.
April 15 – 8 am to 5:40 pm
To book: Phone lines are open to book appointments seven days a week starting at 8 am
April 6 until noon on April 14.
     • 705-328-6241
Northumberland County: Cobourg Community Centre, 750 D’Arcy Street, Cobourg
April 17 – 10 am to 6 pm
To book: Phone lines are open April 6 to 14 (9:30 am to 6 pm, weekdays only) and close at
noon on April 15.
     • 905-260-9525
     • 705-559-2809
     • 705-935-0066
     • 705-775-0632

Halton
Vaccinations are available for adults aged 60+ and if the following applies to you, you are also eligible:
    • I am a health care worker in the Highest, Very High or High priority group AND I live OR work
        in Halton.
    • I am a resident or designated essential caregiver at a congregate setting in Halton Region
    • I am a recipient of regular home care services from the Local Health Integration Network
        (LHIN) AND am a resident of Halton Region
•  I am a member of the First Nation, Métis, or Inuit Community AND am a resident of Halton
         region AND am 55 years of age or older (OR an immediate household family member of
         someone who has booked a vaccine appointment in this category)
  Appointments can be made here.

  The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at
  local pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and
  make an appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

  Clinics:
  Compass Point Bible Church: 1500 Kerns Road
  Joseph Brant Hospital: 1245 Lakeshore Rd
  Gellert Community Centre: 10241 Eight Line
  First Ontario Arts Centre Milton: 1010 Main St E
  St Volodymyr Cultural Centre: 1280 Dundas St W
  Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital: 3001 Hospital Gate

   Hamilton
   Vaccinations are available in Hamilton by appointment only to the following groups:
• Highest Priority, Very High and High Priority health care workers, in accordance with the Ministry of
      Health’s guidance
• Shelter populations
• Adults age 60+
• Indigenous adults
• Adult recipients of chronic home care
• Seniors in congregate living (ie. shared dining)
If you are over 60 years old, please book your appointment here.
   If you are unable to book your appointment online or have an old health care you may also call the
   Public Health Services COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at 905-974-9848, option 7. Vaccines are also
   available to adults 50+years old who live in the L8W or L9C postal code, to make an appointment call
   905-974-9848, option 7.

  The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at
  local pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and
  make an appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

  Clinics
  St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton West 5th COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic: 100 West 5th Street, Hamilton
  FirstOntario Centre Vaccine Clinic: 101 York Boulevard, Hamilton Please enter the Vaccine Clinic
  through the doors off of Bay Street.
  Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS) Vaccine Clinic: 293 Wellington Street North, Hamilton

  Mobile Vaccine Team Pop-up Clinics for those aged 60+
  The mobile team will be at these locations on the following dates and then will move on to another
  location. The mobile vaccination team will return for scheduled second dose appointments. If you
  want to be vaccinated at the above pop-up clinics, book an appointment by calling the COVID-19
  Vaccine Hotline at 905-974-9848, option 7.
  Bernie Morelli Recreation Centre: 876 Cannon St. E., Hamilton
  Date April 7 to 11
  Norman Pinky Lewis Recreation Centre: 192 Wentworth St. N., Hamilton
  Date April 7 to 11
Hastings Prince Edward
Vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 60+. You may call the Provincial
Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and appointment,
open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information here to see if
you are eligible and book an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

The following priority groups are required to pre-register in order to attend a HPEPH mass vaccination
clinic.

Phase 1
    •     Essential Caregivers of a person living in a Long Term Care or Retirement Homes.
    •     Health Care Workers as outlined by the Province
    •     Indigenous adults and members of their household age 18 and older
    •     Recipients of Chronic Home Care age 18 and older
Phase 2
    •   Black and other Racialized Populations
    •   Essential Frontline Worker who cannot work from home as outlined by the Province
    •   Education and/or Child Care sector employee (e.g. school or daycare staff, educator, bus
        driver, etc.)
    • Faith Leaders and Funeral Workers that have direct contact with the ill, dying or deceased
    • People that live and work in high-risk Congregate Settings (e.g. residential facilities, supported
        living and special care homes, correctional facilities, shelters, and farm workers living in
        congregate settings)
    • People with certain High-risk Chronic Conditions as outlined by the Province
    • Primary caregivers for people with a highest-risk chronic condition (i.e. organ transplant
        recipients, hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients, neurological diseases in which
        respiratory function may be compromised, haematological malignancy diagnosed within the
        last year, kidney disease with estimated glomerular filtration rate (eGFR) under 30)
The information you provide will be submitted to the Ministry of Health when your priority group
becomes eligible. The Ministry of Health will send you a direct email invitation with instructions on
how to book your appointment. Once a group is eligible, submissions will be made on a regular basis
based on vaccine and clinic appointment availability.
When you attend a clinic, please bring identification (e.g. employee ID, pay stub, T4) that validates
your status as a Health Care Worker, Essential Front Line Worker, Education and/or Childcare Worker,
Congregate Setting Worker, or Faith Leader and Funeral Worker.

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Clinics:
Loyalist College- Kente Building
Madoc Township- 15651 Highway 62
Prince Edward Community Centre- 372 Main St
Bancroft Legion Br181
Duncan McDonald Memorial Gardens

Huron Perth
Vaccinations are available by appointment only. They are currently available to adults turning 65 and
older and priority groups:
Residents, Primary Essential Caregivers and Staff of High-Risk Congregate Living Settings

Adults 16 years of age and older with the following Highest-Risk health conditions:

    •  Indigenous persons 16 years of age and older
    •  Adults 16 years of age and older who are chronic home care recipients.
    •  Staff and essential caregivers in long-term care homes, retirement homes, and any residents
       of these settings that have not yet received a first dose of vaccine.
   • Alternative level of care patients in hospitals who have a confirmed admission to a long-term
       care home, retirement home or other congregate care home for seniors.
   • Residents and staff in other congregate care settings for seniors, including assisted living
       facilities.
Healthcare workers
   • Medical First Responders:
            o ORNGE, paramedics, firefighters, police providing medical first response
   • Faith leaders who, as part of their regular role, are at increased risk of exposure to COVID-19
       through close contact with persons and families in the following circumstances:
            o End of life care
            o Care of the deceased, funerals, bathing, or other ceremony with direct contact with
                 deceased persons
            o Home visits to unwell persons
            o Pastoral care in hospitals/LTCHs/RHs or other vulnerable settings
   • Residents, Primary Essential Caregivers and Staff of High-Risk Congregate Living Settings -
       High-risk congregate living settings refer to residential facilities where a high-risk client
       population live or stay overnight and use shared spaces (e.g. common sleeping areas, shared
       bathrooms, shared kitchens, communal dining spaces). The settings are at higher risk of
       transmission, and include:
            o Developmental services/intervenor including supported independent living
            o Mental health and addictions congregate living
            o Homes for special care
            o Children’s residential facilities
            o Youth justice facilities
            o Indigenous healing and wellness
            o Bail beds and Indigenous bail beds
            o Provincial and demonstration schools/Consortium Centre Jules-Leger
            o Supportive housing (a setting where individuals are receiving care)
            o Primary essential caregivers are individuals who provide regular and sustained
                 assistance with personal care and/or activities of daily living
   • Adults 16 years of age and older with the following highest-risk health conditions:
            o Organ transplant recipients
            o Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients
            o Neurological diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (e.g., motor
                 neuron disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis)
            o Haematological malignancy diagnosed
Appointments can be booked https://s-ca.chkmkt.com/?e=226706&h=9F74C18FABD521B&l=en or
you can call 1-833-753-2098.

Kingston, Frontenac Lennox Addington
Vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 60+. You may call the Provincial
Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and appointment,
open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information here to see if
you are eligible and book an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Health care workers and registered essential caregivers with long-term care and high risk retirement
homes can make an appointment here for Kingston:
https://khsccovidvax.coconutcalendar.com/times?staff=23563&location=vaxclinic&service=PG1 , for
Napanee: https://kflaph.simplybook.plus/v2/#book/category/2/service/12/count/1/provider/any/

Those who work, resident in or are an essential caregiver of a high risk congregate can make an
appointment here for Kingston:
https://kflaph.simplybook.plus/v2/#book/category/2/service/9/count/1/provider/any/date/2021-04-
07/ , for Napanee:
https://kflaph.simplybook.plus/v2/#book/category/2/service/12/count/1/provider/any/

Indigenous people can make an appointment here: https://cutt.ly/kchc2-fnmi

People who are homebound may complete this form and join a waiting list for a mobile vaccination
clinic: https://s-ca.chkmkt.com/?e=225681&h=64BDD2D90EB072D&l=en

Lambton
Vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 60+. You may call the Provincial
Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and appointment,
open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information here to see if
you are eligible and book an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Priority Groups listed below can register for appointments here: https://s-
ca.chkmkt.com/?e=226140&h=7DDA4708C7D035F&l=en
1) Healthcare workers
2) Urban Indigenous Adults –
3) Adults Receiving Home Care –
4) One in-home Caregiver of an Adult Receiving Chronic Home Care
5) Faith Leaders who provide end of life care, funerals, home visits to the ill, visits in hospital or long-
    term care –
6) Phase 2 Eligible Essential Workers – First Group (list below)
    a) Elementary and secondary school staff
    b) Police, fire, compliance, funeral, special constables and other workers responding to critical
         events
c) Enforcement, inspection and compliance roles (includes bylaw enforcement, building
       inspectors, food inspectors, animal welfare inspectors, border inspection officers, labour
       inspectors)
    d) Childcare and licenced foster care workers
    e) Food manufacturing workers
    f) Agriculture and Farm Workers

Leeds Grenville and Lanark
Vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 60+. You may call the Provincial
Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and appointment,
open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information here to see if
you are eligible and book an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

As of April 6, 2021 the following groups are eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccine:
     • Health Care Workers
     • Residents, staff and caregivers in long term care/retirement homes
     • Other congregate care settings e.g. group homes
     • Adults born in 1961 or before (60+) (as of April 7)
     • All Indigenous Adults *ages 16+ includes First Nations, Metis and Inuit.
     • Adult recipients of chronic home care
     • Adults with health conditions in the Highest Risk and High Risk categories
Highest Risk and High Risk Categories
Highest-Risk Health Conditions:
     • Organ transplant recipients
     • Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients
     • Neurological diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (e.g., motor neuron
         disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis)
     • Haematological malignancy diagnosed  40)
     • Other treatments causing immunosuppression (e.g., chemotherapy, immunity- weakening
         medications)
     • Intellectual or developmental disabilities (e.g., Down Syndrome)
If you qualify as one of these priority groups, please call our local Leeds, Grenville, Lanark Booking
Centre toll-free at 1-844-369-1234. Hours of operation are 8:30am to 4:00pm, 7 days a week.

Middlesex-London
Vaccinations are available to adults aged 65+ years and above as well as priority groups including:
Frontline health care workers, first responders, residents/staff/essential caregivers in long-term care
or congregate senior living settings. You can make your appointment here:
https://www.covidvaccinelm.ca/ or call 226-289-3560.

Other priority groups such as Faith Leaders who attend end of life care, or visiting sick person and
residents/staff and essential caregivers in high risk congregate care settings are able to pre-register
here: https://www.healthunit.com/pre-registration-covid-19-vaccination

Clinics
Western Fair Agriplex
North London Optimist Community Centre
Caradoc Community Centre

Niagara
Vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 60+. You may call the Provincial
Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and appointment,
open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information here to see if
you are eligible and book an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

To join a standby list to get notified if there is leftover vaccines at the end of the day you can register
here.

Clinics
Brock University: Ian D. Beddis Gymnasium from April 2-6
Vale Health and Wellness Centre: April 7, 13-14
Meridian Community Centre: April 8
Lincoln Community Centre: April 9
Niagara on the Lake Community Centre: April 9
Lincoln Community Centre: April 10
Niagara West YMCA: April 15-16
Niagara Centre YMCA: April 17-18

North Bay and Parry Sound
Vaccinations are currently being offered to adults aged 70+. At this time all appointments are full.
Please keep checking here to know when there are more appointments available and when priority
groups will be eligible.

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Northwestern
Vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 60+, however there are currently
no appointment spots available, they expect more will become available later in April. You may call
the Provincial Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and
appointment, open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information
here to see if you are eligible and book an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Ottawa
Vaccines in Ottawa are currently available for the following demographics:
•   Adults 60 years of age and older
    •   Staff, caregivers and residents in all retirement homes
    •   Staff, caregivers and residents in all long-term care homes
    •   Priority health care workers identified in the Ministry of Health’s guidance on Health Care
        Worker Prioritization, including hospital employees, staff who work or study in hospitals and
        health care personnel
    • Faith leaders
    • Adults in First Nations, Métis and Inuit populations
    • Adults receiving chronic home health care
    • Residents staying in Ottawa shelters
Vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 70+. You may call the Provincial
Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and appointment,
open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information here to see if
you are eligible and book an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Pop Up Clinics in High Risk Neighbourhoods
Eligible for vaccination at Pop up Clinics are:
          • Adults receiving chronic home health care.
          • Adults 60 years of age and older in high-risk neighbourhoods.
          • Clients or members of The Good Companions Seniors’ Centre age 70 or over (born in or
              before 1951
High Risk Neighbourhoods Include:
     • Britannia Village
     • Carleton Heights - Rideauview
     • Carlington
     • Carson Groves-Carson Meadows
     • Centretown West
     • Emerald Woods
     • Greenboro East
     • Hawthorne Meadows
     • Heatherington
     • Heron Gate
     • Hunt Club East – Western Community
     • Hunt Club Park
     • Ledbury
     • Lowertown (Lowertown East)
     • Manor Park
     • Overbrook-McArthur
     • Parkwood Hills
     • Ridgemont
     • Riverview
     • Sawmill Creek
     • Bayshore-Belltown
     • Sheffield Glen
     • Stewart Farm
     • Vanier North
     • Vanier South
•  Sandy Hill
    •  Whitehaven - Queensway Terrace North
Appointments at Pop-up clinics can be made here, or you can call 613-691-5505 to make your
appointment.

Clinics
Horticulture Building: 1525 Princess Patricia Way
Eva James Memorial Centre: 65 Stonehaven Drive
Nepean Sportsplex: 1701 Woodroffe Avenue
Ottawa City Hall: 110 Laurier Avenue West
St-Laurent Complex: 525 Côté Street
Canterbury Recreation Complex: 2185 Arch Street
The Ottawa Hospital - Civic Campus: 1053 Carling Ave
Queensway Carleton Hospital: 3045 Baseline Rd
Ruddy Family YMCA-YWCA: 265 Centrum Blvd

Peel
Vaccines are currently being offered to adults aged 60+ as well as Indigenous adults and their adult
household members, active health care and health affiliated workers (for more information about
who is included click here). You can book an appointment online here. If you are booking as an
Indigenous adult/household member you can book here. For health care workers you can book here.
 or call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a
week. We also offer assistance getting to your clinic appointment.

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Clinic
Brampton: Region of Peel (Main Office) 10 Peel Centre Dr
Brampton: Save Max Sports Centre, 1495 Sandalwood Parkway East
Brampton: Chris Gibson Arena, 125 McLaughlin Road
Caledon: Caledon East Community Complex, 6215 Old Church Road
Mississauga: Region of Peel Mississauga, 7120 Hurontario St
Mississauga: Paramount Fine Foods Centre Sportsplex C-C Gate 1, 5500 Rose Cherry Place
Mississauga: International Centre, 6900 Airport Rd

Hospital Run Clinics:
Mississauga Hospital: 100 Queensway: Book appointment here
University of Toronto Mississauga UTM: Athletics and Wellness Centre, 3359 Mississauga Rd: Book
appointment here
Chinguacousy Wellness Centre: 995 Peter Roberston Blvd: Book appointment here
Brampton Civic Hospital: 2100 Bovaird Dr E: Book appointment here

Peterborough
Vaccines are currently being offered to those aged 70+. You can book an appointment here or call
249-494-5631. Open Monday to Friday 9am-4pm.

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at
local pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and
make an appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations
Clinics
Evinrude Centre
911 Monaghan Rd, Peterborough ON
Dates: Ongoing
North Kawartha Community Centre, Apsley
340 McFadden Rd, Apsley ON
Dates: April 11-13 9am-4pm
Buckhorn Community Centre, Buckhorn
1782 Lakehurst Rd, Buckhorn ON
Dates: April 15-17 9am-4pm
Cavan Monaghan Community Centre, Millbrook
986 County Rd 10, Millbrook ON
Dates: April 26-28 9am-4pm
Peterborough Regional Health Centre – Inside the main doors
1 Hospital Dr, Peterborough, ON
Hours: Sat-Sun 8am-3:30pm, Mon-Thurs 12pm-7:30pm

Porcupine
Clinic bookings are now available for:
     • Staff and essential caregivers of long-term care homes, retirement homes and First Nation
         elder care
     • Highest, very high, high and moderate priority health care workers
     • Adult chronic home care recipients
     • Adults 65 years and older
     • Adults who identify as First Nation, Métis and Inuit who are 18 years and older
     • Adults (18 years and older) who live in the same household with an adult who identifies as
         Indigenous (First Nation, Métis and Inuit)
Please make an appointment here or call 1-800-461-1818.

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Renfrew County and District
A) Eligible people who can pre-register/book appointment based on availability of vaccine
    1. All seniors in congregate care residences (who will be vaccinated in-home by mobile
         vaccination teams).
    2. Long-Term Care and Retirement Home essential caregivers.
    3. Indigenous residents (on or off reserve) who are 18 years of age and older.
    4. Faith based leaders who, as part of their role, provide end of life care, care of the deceased,
         home visits to unwell persons, or pastoral care in LTC/RHs or other vulnerable settings.
    5. People born in 1951 or earlier (70 years of age and older).
    6. All health care workers.
    7. Anyone receiving chronic home care that have been identified by home health care
         organizations. This group will receive a call notifying them that they are eligible and should
         book after receiving this call.
B) Eligible people who can pre-register only at this time
    1. Residents in the general population born between 1952 and 1956 (65 to 69 years of age).
To book your appoint please click here or call RCDHU at 613-735-9724 or 1-800-267-1097 ext. 200.
Please leave one message only with your name and number.
The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Simcoe-Muskoka
Vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 60+. You may call the Provincial
Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and appointment,
open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information here to see if
you are eligible and book an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at
local pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and
make an appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Southwestern
Vaccinations are being administered to those in Phase 2 of the vaccine roll out. Phase 1 are still
eligible to get the vaccine.
Phase 1 includes adults aged 80 or older and other priority groups. Phase 2 includes adults aged 65
and older and other priority groups. More information about the priority groups can be found here.
You can make your appointment or receive help making your appointment with the resources below.
     • Adults aged 70+ and Indigenous adults aged 16+ can book by calling 226-289-3560 from 8
          a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Toll Free at 1-888-333-2175), or book online at www.covidvaccinelm.ca.
          Choose City of St. Thomas Memorial Arena or City of Woodstock Goff Hall from the drop
          down menu.
     • Adults aged 80 or older who need help booking an appointment can sign up for support
          at forms.swpublichealth.ca/COVID-19-Help-List
Technical issues? Call 226-289-3560 between 8:00am – 7:30pm, 7 days a week if you have any issues
using the online booking system or have questions about confirming, modifying, or cancelling your
appointment.

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at
local pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and
make an appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Sudbury
Vaccinations are currently available to those who are 60 years of age or older or a member of a target
group. Target groups and more information is available here. As of April 3 2021, online booking will
be available here, you may also call 705-674-2299 (toll-free: 1.800.708.2505), between 7 a.m. and 9
p.m., seven days a week to book an appointment if you are eligible. If that line is busy you may also
call 1-844-782-2273, between 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., seven days a week.

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Clinics:
Chapleau: Chapleau Recreation Centre
Greater Sudbury: The Gerry McCrory Countryside Sports Complex
Lacloche Foothills: The Queensway Place Seniors Drop In Centre, Espanola
Manitoulin Island: Mindemoya Missionary Church
Sudbury East: Alban Community Centre
Sudbury East: The St. Charles Community Centre

Thunder Bay
Vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 60+. You may call the Provincial
Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and appointment,
open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information here to see if
you are eligible and book an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/
Priority groups include:
    • Health Care Workers
    • Adult Chronic Home Care Recipients
    • Urban Indigenous Adults Aged 40 and Older
    • Individuals with Highest Risk Health Conditions and one caregiver

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021.
    • Dawson Heights Pharmacy: Call (807) 285-9999
    • Oak Medical Pharmacy: Book Online
    • Shoppers Drug Mart (Red River): Book Online

Greenstone Family Health Team
April 13 - clinic full
    • Health Care Workers
    • Adults Aged 70 and Older
    • Urban Indigenous Adults
    • Individuals with Highest Risk Health Conditions
Next Clinic: April 20 and 27

Norwest Community Health Centre – Longlac
April 13
    • Health Care Workers
    • Adults Aged 70 and Older
    • Urban Indigenous Adults
    • Individuals with Highest Risk Health Conditions
Next Clinic: April 20 and 27

Nipigon District Family Health Team
April 15
    • Adults Aged 70 and Older
    • Urban Indigenous Adults Aged 40 and Older (includes immediate family member in the same
         household aged 40 and older)
    • Residents in high-risk congregate living settings
Next Clinic: April 22 and 29

North Shore Family Health Team
April 15
    • Health Care Workers
    • Adult Chronic Home Care Recipients
    • Adults Aged 70 and Older
    • Urban Indigenous Adults Aged 45 and Older
Next Clinic: April 22 and 29
Marathon Family Health Team
April 15
    • Health Care Workers
    • Adults Aged 70 and Older
    • Urban Indigenous Adults (includes immediate family member in the same household aged 18
         and older)
    • Adult Chronic Home Care Recipients
Next Clinic: April 22 and 29

Santé Manitouwadge Health
April 15
    • Health Care Workers
    • Adults Aged 70 and Older
    • Adult Chronic Home Care Recipients
    • Urban Indigenous Adults Aged 40 and Older
    • Individuals with Highest Risk Health Conditions
Next Clinic: April 22 and 29

Timiskaming
Vaccinations are currently fully booked in the first week of April. Vaccines are open to those who are
60+ years of age or a member of a priority group. You may call the Provincial Vaccine Information
Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and appointment, open Monday to Sunday
from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information here to see if you are eligible and book
an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Toronto
Vaccinations are currently available to priority groups and those age 60+. You may call the Provincial
Vaccine Information Line at 1-888-999-6488 for more information and to book and appointment,
open Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. You may also fill out your information here to see if
you are eligible and book an appointment: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

There are a number of Hospital and Ontario Health Team run locations that are accepting
appointments for those who are 75+ years old or a target group. To make an appointment at them
you can click here to register.

The province has recently announced that the AstraZeneca vaccine will be made available at local
pharmacies to anyone over 55 years old as of April 3 2021. To find a local pharmacy and make an
appointment with them you can visit: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations

Mass Immunization Clinics:
Toronto: Metro Convention Centre
Toronto: Toronto Congress Centre
Toronto: Mitchell Field Arena
Toronto: Malvern Community Recreation Centre
Toronto: The Hangar Sport & Event Centre
Toronto: North Toronto Memorial Community Centre
Scarborough: Scarborough Town Centre
North York: East York Town Centre
North York: Carmine Stefano Community Centre
Etobicoke: Cloverdale Mall

Waterloo
Waterloo has opened pre-registration for Phase 2 groups which includes anyone over 60 years old
and also targeted groups. Pre-registration can be done here. If you need assistance or are unable to
book online, you can register by phone at 519-575-4400. Deaf and hard of hearing (TTY): 519-575-
4608. It may take 4-6 weeks for them to make an appointment if you are in Phase 2 after you have
pre-registered. If you are homebound and not able to make it to a clinic they ask that you email them
here in order to have the mobile team come to you.

Clinics:
Cambridge: SmartCentre, 66 Pinebush Rd
Kitchener: 10 Victoria St South
Kitchener: Kitchener Downtown Community Health Centre
Cambridge: Langs Community Health Centre
Waterloo: 435 The Boardwalk, Medical Centre 2, Suite 106
Wellesley: 3710 Nafziger Dr, Unit A

Wellington-Dufferin Guelph
All vaccinations are by appointment only and registration can be done here. This link is to pre-
register. You will receive a booking appointment after registering. Pre-Registration is open to Phase 1
(80+ years old and target groups) and Phase 2 (60-79 years old and target groups). Phase one
registrants should get their appointment quickly while Phase 2 registrants may have to wait 4-6 weeks
for appointment. (more information is available on the registration page). If you are unable to
register online or need assistance you can call the Vaccine Registration and Booking Help Line: 1-844-
780-0202 (Mon-Sat, 12 - 8 pm)

Clinics:
Guelph: 201 Woodlawn Rd. W
Guelph: University Centre: University of Guelph
Guelph: WDG Public Health- 160 Chancellors Way
Guelph: West End Community Centre- 21 Imperial Rd S
Fergus: Centre Wellington Community Sportsplex
Orangeville: Alder Recreation Centre
Arthur: Arthur Arena
Shelburne: Mel Lloyd Centre- Entrance F
Drayton: Drayton Arena
Mount Forest: Mount Forest and District Sports Complex
Palmerston: Palmerston and District Community Centre

Windsor-Essex
Appointments are available to residents of Windsor-Essex who are 60 years old and older. To book an
appointment, complete the online form. Appointments are necessary, no walk-ins permitted. For
those unable to book online, help is available by contacting the WECHU’s booking hotline at 226-773-
2200, available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Sunday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and
Sunday.

Clinics:
Essex: Nature Fresh Farms Recreation Centre
Essex: Libro Credit Union Centre
Windsor: Windsor Family Credit Union Centre (WFCU)
Windsor: St. Clair College Sportsplex
Windsor: Windsor Hall (University of Windsor)

York
All clinics are by appointment only, criteria for vaccine is listed below:
     • York Region residents 65 years of age and older (born in 1956 or earlier)
     • Highest, Very High and High Priority Health Care Workers who live OR work in York Region
     • Staff, essential caregivers and any residents that have not yet received a first dose in long-
          term care homes, high-risk retirement homes and First Nations elder care homes
     • Alternative level of care patients in hospitals who have a confirmed admission to a long-term
          care home, retirement home or other congregate care home for seniors
     • Staff, residents and caregivers in retirement homes and other congregate care settings for
          seniors
     • Indigenous adults and adult members of their households
     • Adult recipients of chronic home care services who live in York Region (appropriate
          documentation, such as letter from Ontario Health Team/Central LHIN, will be required)
     • Faith leaders who live or work in York Region AND provide end of life care, care of the
          deceased, care of those who are unwell or provides pastoral services in vulnerable settings
To book an appointment please visit here, or call the number for the following clinics.

Vaccines are now available to Individuals between the ages of 45 and 59 (born between 1976 to
1962) who currently live at an address with one of the following high priority postal codes:
    • L4L, L6A, L4K, L4J or L3S
Individuals living in these postal codes may make an appointment for Aanlin Community Centre here,
or Maple Community Centre here.

Clinics:
Markham: Aaniin Community Centre 1-877-464-9675
Markham: Cornell Community Centre 1-877-464-9675
Vaughan: Canada’s Wonderland Drive Through 1-877-464-9675
Vaughan: Cortellucci Vaughan Hospital 1-844-301-8080
Vaughan: Maple Community Centre 1-877-464-9675
Richmond Hill: Richmond Green Sports Centre 1-877-464-9675
Georgina: Georgina Ice Palace 1-877-464-9675
Newmarket Recreation Complex 1-844-301-8080
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