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This Version Posted: June 30, 2022

Get your COVID-19 vaccine (including fourth dose, if eligible). Find out how.


How to Get Your COVID-19 Vaccine:

Scroll down this page or click here for a list of current COVID-19 vaccination clinics available in Haliburton County, Northumberland County and the City of Kawartha Lakes (please check back, as more dates will be added).

  • Walk-ins (no appointments) are now available at Health Unit-run COVID-19 vaccination clinics, as well as GO-VAXX mobile clinic sites in the area.
  • COVID-19 vaccines (including fourth doses for those who are eligible) are also available at local pharmacies and from primary care providers in the region.

Special Notes

  • Find out who is eligible for first, second, third and fourth dose of COVID-19 vaccine. The mRNA COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) remain the recommended ones to get.
  • Two new COVID-19 vaccines — the Novavax and Medicago vaccines — have been approved for use in Canada. Both are more traditional vaccines (neither is mRNA based).
  • To get a Novavax COVID-19 vaccine, call the Health Unit at 1-866-888-4577, ext. 5020, and leave your full name and phone number. You must be a resident of Haliburton County, Northumberland County or the City of Kawartha Lakes. You will be called back to arrange an appointment for getting the vaccine. If you live outside these regions, please contact your local health unit/department.
  • The Medicago COVID-19 vaccine will soon be available for those interested in receiving a dose of this vaccine. To book an appointment for a Medicago dose, call 1-866-888-4577, ext. 5020. You must be a resident of Haliburton County, Northumberland County or the City of Kawartha Lakes (those who live outside these regions should contact their local health department).
  • NOTE: The Janssen (Johnson & Johnson) COVID vaccine will no longer be provided to clients unless they produce a doctor’s note stating there are medical reasons why they cannot get any of the other COVID vaccines.
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Who is Eligible for Vaccines

Anyone age 5 years and older is eligible to receive COVID-19 vaccines. Click on the links below for eligibility for specific vaccine doses:

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Health Unit Vaccination Clinics

Vaccination clinics hosted by the Health Unit are available on a walk-in basis to anyone 5+. Please bring your Ontario health card. Walk-ins (while vaccine supplies last) are also available at GO-VAXX bus vaccine clinics.

  • Assistive listening devices and ASL interpretation support are now available at all of our clinics.  Please let our staff know of your needs when you arrive at the clinic. 
  • Both mRNA COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer and Moderna) are available.
  • Please note that masks must still be worn at these clinics. If you do not have one, a medical mask will be provided to you at the clinic. Wear the mask properly so it covers your nose, mouth and chin.
Clinic Dates, Times and Locations

Alderville First Nation

Northumberland County

COBOURG

PORT HOPE

BRIGHTON

COLBORNE

  • Keeler Centre, 80 Division Street, in Colborne
    • August 9, 11 am to 5 pm
    • GO-VAXX bus will be on site providing first, second, third and fourth doses (if eligible)
    • Walk in for vaccines (no appointment needed for these clinics) while supplies last

City of Kawartha Lakes

LINDSAY

OMEMEE

  • Omemee Municipal Park/Beach, 2 George Street South, in Omemee
    • July 1, 11 am to 5 pm
    • GO-VAXX bus will on site providing first, second, third and fourth doses (if eligible) – Vaccine clinic being offered in conjunction with a Canada Day celebrations
    • Walk in for vaccines (no appointment needed for this clinic), while supplies last

Haliburton County

MINDEN

  • S.G. Nesbitt Arena, 55 Parkside Street, in Minden
    • July 5 – 11 am to 5 pm
    • July 12 – 11 am to 5 pm
    • GO-VAXX bus will on site providing first, second, third and fourth doses (if eligible)
    • Walk in for vaccines (no appointment needed for these clinics), while supplies last
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Primary Care Partner Clinics

Please contact your health care provider to see if COVID-19 vaccines are available.

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Pharmacy Locations

For a full list of pharmacies offering COVID-19 vaccines, visit Ontario’s Pharmacy COVID-19 Vaccine page. You can search the list of participating pharmacies by community or using your postal code.

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Need a ride to your COVID-19 vaccine appointment? Click here for options in your community

Have Questions About COVID-19 Vaccine? Speak to a Health Professional

Make an appointment to talk with a doctor/nurse if you have questions or concerns about receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Access these free services:

Please note:

  • There have been a small number of reports of pericarditis (inflammation of the lining around the heart) or myocarditis (inflammation of the heart muscle) after getting a COVID-19 mRNA vaccine in Canada. Click here to learn more in this Public Health Ontario fact sheet.
  • Before your COVID-19 vaccine appointment, drink water and eat something ahead of time. Being well-hydrated and having something in your stomach reduces your risk of feeling faint after your shot.
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Additional Resources:

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