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This Version Posted: November 29, 2021

COVID-19 vaccines are now available for children ages 5-11 years. Learn more.

This means anyone born in 2016 or earlier is now eligible to get vaccinated for a first or second dose of COVID-19.

Third doses are also now available for certain eligible groups. Please review the list to see if you are eligible for a third dose.

To get a COVID-19 vaccine, you can visit a Health Unit mass immunization clinic, a local pharmacy or your primary care provider to be vaccinated.

Please see below for mass immunization clinics, and links to local pharmacies.

NEW! For details on Indigenous-sponsored vaccination clinics coming up in December for urban Indigenous individuals and their family members, click here.

How to Get the COVID-19 Vaccine:

  • Book an appointment in the provincial booking system:
    • Call 1-833-943-3900 (TTY for people who are deaf, hearing-impaired or speech-impaired: 1-866-797-0007)
  • NOTE: If making a third dose appointment through the Provincial Booking System and checking you have an immunocompromised condition, be sure to bring a doctor’s note about this condition to your appointment OR a prescription for the immunosuppressant medication you are taking (click here for a current list of medications).
  • Additional clinic dates are always being added to the provincial booking system. If you do not see a clinic date for a future date, please check back in a few weeks. Please note: The provincial booking system may only show appointments 60+ days from your first day of eligibility for a third dose.
  • Please bring your Ontario Health Card if you have one. Both mRNA vaccines (Pfizer-Comirnaty and Moderna-Spikevax) are available at clinics, unless specified otherwise.
  • All children turning 5 years old by the end of 2021 are eligible to be vaccinated.. learn more.

Health Unit Vaccination Clinics

Vaccination clinics are open to anyone born in 2016 or earlier. Please bring your health card. Both mRNA vaccines (Pfizer-Comirnaty and Moderna-Spikevax) are available at all mobile clinics, unless specified otherwise.

Mobile Vaccination Clinic
  • HALIBURTON: Dec. 4, 11 am to 3 pm GO-VAXX mobile vaccine bus will be at the Haliburton County Visitor’s Centre (7 York St.) in Haliburton Village (next to the public library). First, second and third doses (if eligible) of COVID-19 vaccine are available. No appointments needed, but bring your health card.
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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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