Where to Get COVID-19 Vaccines in Ontario; Vaccination Status Updates; 18+ Pop-Up Clinics in Hot-Spot Postal Codes

Where to get COVID-19 vaccines in Ontario and the current status of the COVID-19 vaccination in Ontario and its public health regions:

Current Status Across Ontario:

  • All Ontarians of ages 40 and above can get the AstraZeneca vaccine at participating pharmacies across Ontario.
  • Vaccination (Pfizer and Moderna) is also open for those 60 and above in almost all health regions. Some health units have lowered the ages even further. These can be booked via Ontario’s Online Booking System or Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900 (TTY 1-866-797-0007).
  • The province has also initiated COVID-19 vaccination for residents 18+ living in COVID-19 hot spots. These are organised by local community and health networks. Most of these pop-up clinics do not require advance booking and are on a walk-in basis. The details are listed below under each Health unit.
 
  • Immediate vaccination is available for all those under Phase 1 plan – Staff, essential caregivers and any residents in long-term care homes, high-risk retirement homes, First Nations elder care homes; Congregate living for seniors;Health care workers identified as highest priority, followed by very high priority; Indigenous adults in northern remote and higher risk communities (on-reserve and urban); Adults ages 80 and older; Staff, residents and caregivers in retirement homes and other congregate care settings for seniors (for example, assisted living)
  • Ongoing Vaccine Plan (April to June): Phase 2: Adults aged 60 to 79, starting with those 75 to 79 and decreasing in five-year increments; High-risk congregate settings (such as shelters, community living), Individuals 16+ with high-risk chronic conditions and their caregivers, Essential frontline workers who cannot work from home, At-risk populations, People in hot spot communities, People who live and work in high-risk congregate settings, Individuals with health conditions and their caregivers, Essential frontline workers who cannot work from home

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Vaccination Status of Ontario Health Regions & Where to Book Vaccine

I. Southwest Ontario

Chatham-Kent Health Unit, Grey Bruce Health Unit, Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit, Huron Perth Health Unit, Southwestern Health Unit (Oxford, Elgin, St. Thomas), Lambton Health Unit, Middlesex-London Health Unit, Region of Waterloo, Public Health, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Health Unit, Windsor-Essex County Health Unit.

Vaccination Details

1. Chatham-Kent Health Unit: Book Vaccine (COVID-19 Information Line: 519.355.1071 x 1900) – See Twitter for latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Phase 1
  • Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Adult recipients of chronic home care (long-term patients of home and community care services)
    Alternative level of care patients, Faith leaders (at increased risk), Healthcare Workers (Highest, Very High, High, Moderate Priorities), Special Education Workers, Faith leaders (at increased risk)

2. Grey Bruce Health Unit: Book Vaccine (COVID-19 Information Line: 1-833-421-1999, hours are Monday to Friday: 8 am – 7 pm; Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 4 pm. (Grey Bruce Community Connections).) – See Twitter for latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Phase 1
  • Phase 2 population (ongoing) according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Adults in First Nations, Métis and Inuit populations, Adult chronic home care recipients., Health care workers, People who live and work in high-risk congregate settings, Individuals with highest and high-risk chronic conditions and certain caregivers, Education, school bus and childcare staff
 

3. Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit: Book Vaccine (COVID-19 Information Line: 519-427-5903 ) – See Twitter for latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults aged 60 years or older (born in 1961 or earlier)
    Phase 1, Phase 2 population (ongoing) according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan
    Special education teachers
    Healthcare workers at all priority levels who interact with their patients in-person (i.e. excludes those working entirely remotely)
    Hospital staff or healthcare setting staff (all non-HCWs in office)
    Emergency responders: police, coast guard, paramedics, patient transport, etc.
    Indigenous adults AND their adult household members

4. Huron Perth Health Unit: Book Vaccine (COVID-19 Information Line:1-888-221-2133 ) – See Twitter for latest details

  • Currently vaccinating: Adults aged 65 years or older
    Education staff who provide direct in-person support to students with complex special needs, defined as those who support students who meet certain criteria
    Phase 1, Phase 2 population (ongoing) according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan

5. Lambton Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: 519-383-8331 ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating: Adults aged 60 years or older, Those in Phase 1
  • Preregistration for:
    One in-home caregiver who resides in the same household for individuals 70 years of age and older
    One caregiver of an individual with an eligible health condition; Adults Receiving Home Care
    One in-home Caregiver of an Adult Receiving Chronic Home Care, Faith Leaders who provide end of life care, funerals, home visits to the ill, visits in hospital or long term care, Elementary and secondary school staff, Police, fire, compliance, funeral, special constables and other workers responding to critical events, Enforcement, inspection and compliance roles (includes bylaw enforcement, building inspectors, food inspectors, animal welfare inspectors, border inspection officers, labour inspectors), Childcare and licenced foster care workers, Food manufacturing workers, Agriculture and Farm Workers, Individual with an eligible health condition

Due to limited vaccine supply, Lambton Health Unit have fully booked for clinics in April.

6. Middlesex-London Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: 226-289-3560 (8:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Monday to Sunday)) – See Twitter for the latest details

Vaccine Locations

  • Currently vaccinating: Adults aged 60 years or older; Education staff who provide direct supports to students with complex special needs are defined as those who support students who meet certain criteria
    Phase 1, Phase 2 population (ongoing) according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: 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, Education staff who provide direct supports to students with complex special needs; Non-Frontline health care workers (e.g., those working remotely, in administration, and who do not require PPE to work)

7. Southwestern Public Health: Book Vaccine (Phone: 226-289-3560 from 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. (Toll Free at 1-888-333-2175), ) – See Twitter for latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
  • Phase 1
  • Phase 2 population (ongoing) according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Adults aged 16+ who receive chronic home care, Faith leaders, Residents, staff, and primary essential caregivers of high-risk congregate living settings, Adults aged 16+ with high risk health conditions, Education staff who provide direct supports to students with complex special needs, Essential workers who cannot work from home
  • Hot Spot Neighbourhood: N5H – residents in postal code region N5H who are 50+ at St Thomas Memorial or Woodstock Goff Hall

8. Region of Waterloo, Public Health: Book Vaccine (Phone: 519-575-4400)

Clinic Locations

  • Currently vaccinating: Residents 80 years of age and older; Phase 1
  • From April to June through Pre-Registration + Vaccination (pre-register to be contacted when an appointment becomes available: Residents 60-79 years of age
    Residents living in COVID-19 hot spot communities
    Congregate settings staff, Congregate settings residents and their primary caregivers
    Individuals with select health conditions
    One essential caregiver for individuals in the highest-risk and certain high-risk health conditions (who provide support with personal care and/or activities of daily living)
    Essential workers who cannot work from home : Elementary and secondary school workers, Workers responding to critical events , Enforcement, inspection and compliance roles, Individuals working in childcare, Foster care agenda workers, Food manufacturing and distribution workers, Agriculture and farm workers, Funeral, crematorium and cemetery workers
  • Residents living in COVID-19 hot spot communities: N2C (Preregistration): Waterloo Public Health also use neighbourhood-level data within the larger “hot spot” areas to determine the areas most at risk. Both sets of data will be used to determine the areas of true risk for the following individuals and groups who live and work in hot spot communities.Residents aged 50 and older (born in 1971 or earlier and starting with older individuals then decreasing in age) living in hot spot communities
    Residents who identify as a member of the Black community or another racialized community starting with those living in neighbourhoods of risk
    Select education staff, starting with those who provide direct support to students with complex special education needs and educators

8. Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Health Unit: Book Vaccine (COVID-19 Call Centre: 1-800-265-7293 ext. 7006. Mon-Fri, 9 am – 4 pm
Vaccine Reg/Appointment Help Line: 1-844-780-0202. Mon-Sat, 12-8 pm… ) – See Twitter for latest details

Pre-registration is open for all residents of WDG age 16 and older. Visit wdgpublichealth.ca/register. For appointment booking help, call 1-844-780-0202.

  • Currently vaccinating: Residents 80 years of age and older; Phase 1
  • From April to June through Pre-Registration + Vaccination: Residents 60-79 years of age
    Congregate settings staff, Congregate settings residents and their primary caregivers
    Individuals with select health conditions
    One essential caregiver for individuals in the highest-risk and certain high-risk health conditions (who provide support with personal care and/or activities of daily living)
    Essential workers who cannot work from home
  • Hot Spot Community: N1K (Pre-register) – Public Health also uses neighbourhood-level data within the larger “hot spot” areas to determine the areas most at risk. Both sets of data will be used to determine the areas of true risk for the following individuals and groups who live and work in hot spot communities. Residents aged 50 and older (born in 1971 or earlier and starting with older individuals then decreasing in age)
    Residents who identify as a member of the Black community or another racialized community starting with those living in neighbourhoods of risk
    Select education staff, starting with those who provide direct support to students with complex special education needs and educators

9. Windsor-Essex County Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: WECHU’s booking hotline at 226-773-2200, available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
  • Phase 1, Phase 2 population (ongoing) according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan – Individuals with Highest-Risk Health Conditions and One Primary Essential Caregiver
    Individuals with High-Risk Health Conditions
  • Hot Spot Communities: N8X, N8Y, N9A, N9B, N9C, N8H, N9Y – Adults 50+

 

II. Hamilton Niagara Brant

Brant County Health Unit, Hamilton Public Health Services, Niagara Region Public Health Department

Vaccination Details

1. Brant County Health Unit: Book Vaccine ( Phone: 519-753-4937 ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
  • BCHU is inviting elementary/secondary school workers, incl. educators, custodial, school bus drivers and administrative staff to add their name to the appointment cancellation waitlist. In the event of a cancellation, you will be contacted by BCHU staff.
 

2. Hamilton Public Health Services: Book Vaccine (To book your vaccine appointment, call the Public Health Services COVID-19 Vaccine Hotline at 905-974-9848, option 7 ) – See Twitter for latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
  • Hot Spot Communities: 50 years or older and live in the area where postal codes begin with L9C or L8W (proof of address required at clinic)
  • Mobile Vaccine Pop-up Clinics (appointment required) – for those who are 50+ and live in postal codes L9C, L8W, L8L, L8N or L9K: @ Chedoke Twin Pad Arena 91 Chedmac Dr., Hamilton (Monday April 19 – Wednesday April 21); The Salvation Army, 835 Stone Church Rd E., Hamilton (Monday April 19 – Wednesday April 21); The Salvation Army, 187 Stone Church Rd W, Ancaster (Monday April 19 – Wednesday April 21)

3. Niagara Region Public Health Department: Book Vaccine (Call the COVID-19 Info-Line at 905-688-8248 or 1-888-505-6074, press 7.) – See Twitter for latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan
    Indigenous adults 18 and older and their household members
    Child care and education workers
  • Hot Spot Community: Adults 50 and older in 2021 with a postal code starting with L2G
  • Pre-register for the standby list. If there are extra doses of the COVID-19 vaccine at a clinic, Niagara Region Public Health Department will call you at the phone number provided. To be on the standby list, you need to be 55 to 59 years of age (born between 1962 and 1966) and able to get to a vaccine clinic within 30 minutes. Identification will be checked to ensure eligibility.

III. Greater Toronto Area

Durham Region Health Department, Halton Region Health Department, Peel Public Health, Toronto Public Health, York Region Public Health Services

Vaccination Details

1. Durham Region Health Department: Book Vaccine (Phone: 1-888-444-5113) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Phase 2: Special eduction staff, High-Risk congregate living settings, Health conditions (includes 1 essential caregiver for Highest Risk and High-Risk individuals),Health care workers (HCW),Chronic home care recipients,Faith leaders, Indigenous adults 16+ and non-Indigenous adult household members
    Indigenous adults 18 and older and their household members
  • Hot Spot Community: Individuals 50+ living in the following postal code areas: L1S, L1T, L1V, L1X, L1Z. Appointments are available at the Ajax, Pickering and Whitby clinics for these residents.
  • Pop-Up Clinics: Vaccine for 18+ who live in the Falby Court (L1S) area of Ajax at Bolton C. Falby School, Ajax on April 21 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.and 4 to 7 pm. Proof of age and address required. Walk-in no appointment needed. on April
  • Pop-Up Clinics: Residents 18 and older, or who will be turning 18 in 2021, living in Ajax and Pickering “Hot Spot” postal code areas: L1S, L1T, L1V, L1X and L1Z. @ Ajax Community Centre, 75 Centennial Road, Ajax on April 22, 23, 24 from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and April 25 until May 28, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Appointment Only. Book through covidvaccine.lh.ca or by calling 905-721-4828. Proof of age and address.

2. Halton Region Health Department: Book Vaccine (Phone: 1-866-442-5866) – See Twitter for latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Phase 1
  • Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: All health care workers who live or work in Halton and cannot work from home, Adults receiving chronic home care (through a Local Health Integration Network or home care agency)
    Indigenous Adults (including First Nations, Métis, and Inuit populations) who are 18 years of age or older as well as one immediate household family member who is 18 or older, Staff and residents of eligible congregate care settings and other vulnerable groups, Designated essential caregivers of a resident in eligible congregate care settings, assisted living facilities that are identified as: developmental services, mental health and addictions congregate settings, homes for special care, children’s residential facilities, and Indigenous healing and wellness facilities.
  • Hot Spot Community: Adults 50+ in an identified hot spot area (the L9E postal code area in Milton)

3. Peel Public Health: Book Vaccine (Call the COVID-19 Info-Line at 905-688-8248 or 1-888-505-6074, press 7.) – See Twitter for latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
  • Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: People with highest and high-risk health conditions
  • Hot Spot Community: Adults 50 years or older, Elementary and secondary school workers (including educators, custodial, school bus drivers, and administrative staff) who live or work in the following hot spot communities of:L4T, L4W, L4X, L4Z
    L5A, L5B, L5C, L5K, L5L, L5M, L5N, L5R, L5V, L5W
    L6P, L6R, L6S, L6T, L6V, L6W, L6X, L6Y, L6Z
    L7A, L7C
  • Hot Spot Community: For resident 18+ in Peel hot spot postal codes L4T and L6S @ BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Complex, Akshar Hall, 61 Claireville Drive, Toronto (Details)
 

4. Toronto Public Health: Book Vaccine (Toronto Public Health Hotline 8:30 a.m. – 8 p.m., 7 days a week) – See Twitter for latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
  • Phase 1 according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan
  • Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan (ongoing): People experiencing homelessness staying in shelters at high-risk of outbreaks, Faith leaders, People with the following highest-risk health conditions, People with the following high risk health conditions and caregiver, People who live and work in high-risk congregate care settings not included in Phase 1, select Elementary and secondary education workers.
  • People age 50 and older who live in COVID-19 hot spot postal codes: M1B M1W M4H M8V M1C M1X M4X M9A M1E M2J M5A M9B M1G M2M M5B M9C M1H M2R M5N M9L M1J M3A M5V M9M M1K M3C M6A M9N M1L M3H M6B M9P M1M M3J M6E M9R M1P M3K M6H M9V M1R M3L M6K M9W M1S M3M M6L M1T M3N M6M M1V M4A M6N
  • Ongoing pop-up clinics for 18+ in hot spot postal codes – See details here

5. York Region Public Health Services: Book Vaccine (call: 1-833-943-3900 (interpretation services available)) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Phase 1, Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan
    Special education staff who live or work in York Region
    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
  • Hot Spot Communities: 50 Years of Age and Older Who Live in L0J, L3S, L3T, L4B, L4E, L4H, L4J, L4K, L4L, L6A, L6B, L6C or L6E
  • Hot Spot Communities: 35 years of age and older in five high priority areas – (City of Vaughan postal codes: L4L, L6A, L4K, L4J; City of Markham postal code: L3S)

IV. Central Ontario

Grey Bruce Health Unit, Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit, Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit, Peterborough Public Health, Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit

Vaccination Details

1. Grey Bruce Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Call: 1-833-421-1999, hours are Monday to Friday: 8 am – 7 pm; Saturday and Sunday 8 am to 4 pm. (Grey Bruce Community Connections)) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: People who live and work in high-risk congregate settings
    Individuals with highest and high risk chronic conditions and certain caregivers
    Education, school bus and childcare staff
    Women that are pregnant or trying to become pregnant

2. Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Ph: 1-866-888-4577 Ext. 5020) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating: Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: People with health conditions in the HIGHEST RISK category and one essential caregiver
    People who live and work in high-risk congregate settings (ie. shelters, group homes), Caregivers in select congregate settings, Eligible education staff who provide direct support to students with complex special needs,
    People working in a pharmacy setting, People working in a primary care setting
    Women that are pregnant or trying to become pregnant

3. Peterborough Public Health: Book Vaccine ( phone: 249-494-5631. Open Monday to Friday 9am-4pm.) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating: Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Highest Risk Health Conditions, Education workers who provide direct support to students with special education needs

4. Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: 705-721-7520 (1-877-721-7520), extension 5997 ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
  • Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: highest-risk health condition category plus one essential caregiver, Eligible special education workers will be provided with a proof of employment letter from their school board, Faith leaders (at increased risk)
  • Hot Spot Community – L3Z: Residents aged 40+ (born in 1981 or earlier) and living in hot spot postal code L3Z (and Bond Head) can book appointments through the special community clinics booking system. Residents 50+ (born 1971 or earlier) and living in the hot spot postal code L3Z can book directly through the provincial booking site.
  • Pre-registration open to categories in Ontario’s Phase 2 vaccine plan not mentioned above.

V. Eastern (Southeastern) Ontario

Eastern Ontario Health Unit, Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Health Unit, Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Health Unit, Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit, Ottawa Public Health, Renfrew County and District Health Unit

Vaccination Details

1. Eastern Ontario Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: 1-800-267-7120 ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
  • Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Individuals With Highest-Risk or High-Risk Health Conditions, High-Risk Congregate Living Settings, Indigenous Populations 18 Years of Age and Older Living Off-Reserve
  • Pre-Registration open to select groups in Phase 2

2. Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone for queries: 613-966-5500 ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
  • Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: People with the highest-risk health conditions and one of their primary caregivers
  • Pre-Registration open to select groups in 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

3. Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone for queries 343-477-0172 ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
  • Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Highest risk health conditions, High risk congregate living settings
  • COVID-19 Vaccine Standby List: The standby list will be renewed daily to ensure individuals are available each day, eligible for a vaccine, and can get to their chosen clinic site within 20 minutes of receiving a call. The standby list is only for those individuals who are eligible and have not received their first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.

4. Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone for queries: 1-844-369-1234. Hours of operation are 8:30am to 4:00pm, 7 days a week. ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
  • Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan:Essential worker, Education staff who directly support students with complex special education needs, Adults with health conditions in the Highest Risk and High Risk categories

5. Ottawa Public Health: Book Vaccine (Phone: 613-691-5505 ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
  • Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Non-front-line moderate priority health care workers such as those working remotely or those not requiring personal protective equipment at work, Faith leaders, Adults receiving chronic home health care, Residents staying in Ottawa shelters, Special Education workers, Clients with highest risk health conditions and their caregivers
  • Hot Spot Neighbourhoods: Adults 50 years of age and older living in hot spots or high risk communities including postal codes starting with K1T, K1V and K2V
    Pop-up clinics in high-risk communities for anyone 50 and over in the following neighbourhoods: Bayshore-Belltown, Britannia Village, Carleton Heights -Rideauview, Carlington, Carson Groves-Carson Meadows, Hawthorne Meadows – Sheffield Glen, Hunt Club Park, Lowertown (Lowertown East), Manor Park, Overbrook-McArthur, Parkwood Hills – Stewart Farm, Ridgemont , Sandy Hill, Vanier North, Vanier South, West Centretown, Whitehaven – Queensway Terrace North, Ledbury-Heron Gate-Ridgemont, Emerald Woods – Sawmill Creek, Hunt Club East-Western Community, Greenboro East

6. Renfrew County and District Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: RCDHU at 613-735-9724 or 1-800-267-1097 ext. 200 ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
  • Adults age 65+
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: All health care workers, 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., Anyone receiving chronic home care that have been identified by home health care organizations,Education staff supporting students with complex special education needs, Residents with the following high-risk health conditions and one essential caregiver for those in the high-risk health condition group
  • Pre-register: Residents in the general population born between 1957 and 1961 (60 to 64 years of age).

VI. Northern Ontario

Algoma Public Health Unit, Northwestern Health Unit, North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit, Porcupine Health Unit, Sudbury and District Health Unit, Thunder Bay District Health Unit, Timiskaming Health Unit

Vaccination Details

1. Algoma Public Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: 705-942-4646 ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults 70+ years and older (any clinic dates), Adults 65+ and older April 24th onward), Adults 60+ and older (May 8th onward)
  • Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
  • Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: High-risk congregate settings (such as shelters, community living), Individuals with highest risk chronic conditions and their caregivers, Education workers who provide direct daily support to students with special education needs, Faith leaders, Adult recipients of chronic home care
 

2. Northwestern Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: 807-468-3147 ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Those with highest risk health conditions and their caregivers​, Adult Home Care Recipients
    Faith leaders who provide end of life care, care of the deceased, funerals, home visits to unwell persons, or pastoral care in hospitals, LTCH, etc.

3. North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: 1-800-563-2808 )

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Verified Special Education Workers (by phone), Highest Risk Individuals with Health Conditions and their one Essential Caregiver.

3. Porcupine Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: 705-360-4819 or 1-800-461-1818. ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
  • Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Adults 18 years and older who have eligible highest and high-risk medical conditions, as well as up to one primary essential caregiver for these individuals, Adults (18 years or older) who live in the same household with an Indigenous adult (First Nations, Métis or Inuit).

4. Sudbury and District Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: 1.800.708.2505, between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., seven days a week. ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Adult recipients of chronic home care, Individuals with highest-risk and high-risk health conditions, Faith leaders who provide certain functions such as end-of-life care
  • All adults 18 years of age and older in 2021 in Gogama, Sultan, Shining Tree, and Westree.

5. Thunder Bay District Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Ph: (807) 625-5900 or Toll-Free at 1-888-294-6630 ) – See Twitter for the latest details

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 60+ (Born in 1961 or earlier)
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan 0ngoing: Chronic home care recipients and caregiver.

6. Timiskaming Health Unit: Book Vaccine (Phone: Call 866-747-4305, Ext. 6 )

  • Currently vaccinating:
    Adults age 65+
    Those who have not received in Phase 1 plan.
    Phase 2 population according to Ontario’s Vaccine plan: Clinics for people with Highest and High Risk health conditions with some eligible caregivers; will be identified by primary care provider
  • Bookings for 60+ and essential workers who cannot work from home begins

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