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COVID-19: Vaccination information from Ontario Public Health Units

COVID-19 vaccinations are being organized on a region-by-region basis by local public health units. We will post the latest information received from PHUs on our website. Be sure to visit this page regularly for the latest on vaccination roll-out plans.

The RCDSO acknowledges the contribution of our colleagues at the Ontario Dental Association for some of the information provided on this page.

PHU BY REGION ELIGIBILITY SPECIFIC INFO FOR DENTISTS  VACCINE INFO PAGE BY REGION
Algoma Public Health Unit        Algoma Public Health Unit Vaccine Info
Brant County Health Unit

 

 

Brant County Health Unit Vaccine Info

Chatham-Kent Health Unit

Chatham-Kent Public Health are booking appointments for High/Very High priority health care workers: https://ckphu.com/covid-19-vaccine/ 

Chatham-Kent Health Unit Vaccine Info

Durham Region Health Department

Live or work in that region

The RCDSO has been told that all members who live and work in the Regional Municipality of Durham can book an appointment at a Durham Region Immunization Clinic. 
Click here for more details. 

Durham Region Health Department Vaccine Info

Eastern Ontario Health Unit

Live or work in that region

The Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU) is preparing for the COVID-19 vaccine distribution to Very High Priority Health Care Workers identified by the Ministry of Health (Community care with high risk exposure and serving the general population). Identified within this group is Dentistry. If you are a dental professional living or working in the EOHU Region, please visit our website to find more information on when vaccination will start and how to proceed in booking an appointment.

Please do NOT try to schedule an appointment until your group has been identified on our website as the group(s) currently being vaccinated. We must keep the online tool and phone lines available for those who are eligible to book an appointment currently. We are requesting everyone’s collaboration and continued patience as we undertake this enormous vaccination effort. https://eohu.ca/en/covid/scheduling-covid-19-vaccine-appointments-for-eligible-individuals

Eastern Ontario Health Unit Vaccine Info

Grey Bruce Health Unit

Live or work in that region 

The Grey Bruce Health Unit (GBHU) has already begun to reach out to dentists who live or work in the Grey Bruce region. If you have not been contacted by GBHU, you may email K.Cuillerier@publichealthgreybruce.on.ca. Further information is available from https://www.publichealthgreybruce.on.ca/COVID-19/Vaccines.

Grey Bruce Health Unit Vaccine Info

Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit

 

Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit Vaccine Info

Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit

 

 

Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit Vaccine Info

Halton Region Health Department

 Work OR live in that region AND provide direct, in-person care to patients at least once a week.

Highest and Very High Priority health care workers, as defined in the Ministry of Health’s Guidance for Prioritizing Health Care Works for COVID-19 Vaccination are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and can book appointments online. Such health care workers may receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the Halton Healthcare Vaccination Centre at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital.

To be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, health care workers must:
– work in a dentistry setting AND
– work or live in Halton Region AND
– provide direct, in-person care to patients at least once a week


If you are working remotely full-time, please do not book an appointment at this time. As vaccine supply increases, eligibility will be expanded.

How to book an appointment
– If you are eligible, please go online or call 311 to book your appointment.
– You will be asked to attest to your eligibility as a health care worker.
– Your online booking form will provide details of where to go and what to expect when you arrive.
– Your vaccine appointment will occur at the Halton COVID-19 Vaccination Centre at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, located at 3001 Hospital Gate, Oakville, ON L6M 0L8.

Please bring to your appointment:
– Ontario Health card

For additional information about the COVID-19 vaccine, please visit halton.ca/COVIDvaccines

Halton Region Health Department Vaccine Info

Hamilton Public Health Services

 

 

Hamilton Public Health Services

Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Health Unit

 

Quinte Health Care (QHC) is assisting Hastings Prince Edward (HPE) Public Health with vaccine distribution, including inviting dentists and high-risk frontline staff members at dental offices in our region to book an appointment at our COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at QHC Belleville General Hospital. QHC anticipates a high volume of registration forms in the next day or two, so please allow 24 hours for the Vaccination Clinic team to respond with your appointment date, time and directions for attending the clinic. The vaccination clinics will book appointments between 1:30pm and 8:30pm Monday to Friday.  

Please register for an appointment time by filling out and submitting the web form at the following link: http://www.qhc.on.ca/form.php.
  
Please note: If you've already booked in with a clinic through HPE Public Health – there is no need to change your appointment. Our clinic is meant to augment public health clinics to help vaccinate local health care workers as quickly as possible.  
  
While you are asked to share the link with your high-risk frontline staff members, it's essential that you do not forward this email to other groups in order to ensure priority groups receives the vaccines in a timely fashion. We anticipate having a regular supply of vaccines arrive in the coming weeks, so everyone will receive their vaccines based on their level of priority and the supply allocations. 

Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Health Unit Vaccine Info

Huron Perth Health Unit

 Live and work

HPPH is now ready to accept appointment bookings in our system, and this includes dentistry.

According to the Ministry of Health's COVID-19: Guidance for Prioritizing Health Care Workers for COVID-19 Vaccination:

For the purposes of prioritization of vaccine doses, "health care worker" is defined as:

- Any regulated health professionals and any staff member, contract worker, student/trainee, registered volunteer, or other essential caregiver currently working in a health care organization, including workers that are not providing direct patient care such as cleaning staff, food services staff, information technology staff, security,research staff, and other administrative staff.
- Workers providing a healthcare service or direct patient service in a congregate, residential or community setting outside of a health care organization (e.g., nurse providing patient care in a school, worker performing personal support services in an assisted living facility, medical first responder in the community, peer worker in a shelter).

HPPH would also like you to know the following:
- Adults 16 years of age and older who are chronic home care recipients do not require proof of eligibility as partner agencies will be creating the lists of specific residents eligible.
- Please note that eligible frontline healthcare workers as defined above will be asked to show their work ID badge, a letter from their employer, or proof of professional college membership when they arrive for their appointment at the clinic.

How to book an appointment:
- Online at www.hpph.ca/vaccinebooking
- We encourage online booking, as our phone lines are very busy.
- By phone: 1-833-753-2098

Huron Perth Health Unit Vaccine Info

Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Health Unit

 

This information is intended for dentists and their dental teams who work and live in the region.  Do not forward this to colleagues outside of KFLA.  

STEP 1 LINE LIST REQUEST
We are asking for organizations with health care workers to use provincial guidance to complete the line list template and upload the file to our secure site using this Link: https://ln2.sync.com/dl/9a5c69a80/ucxgizcj-educ8bnv-h2wib78g-m454h9a7  Password: N@vc62WG   This will enable us to book and administer employee COVID-19 vaccinations as soon as possible.  

Please note that while accuracy is important in completion of the template and having all fields filled in helps with efficiency, there is special privacy considerations regarding employee Health Card Numbers. If a Health Card Number is not included in the line list template for each individual, that is fine, but will need to be collected at the vaccine clinic. The employer must clearly identify the purpose for collection of health card numbers re: registration for COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Employees must consent to employer giving their health card number to KFL&A Public Health. If an employer already has health card numbers, they still need to gain consent to share with us for this new purpose. The consent is for this purpose only. The employer would be responsible for deleting file, etc. and clearly have a plan that the health card number is not used for any other purposes.  
STEP 2 APPOINTMENT BOOKING  
If the organization has already uploaded a line list of staff to KFL&A Public Health, they can proceed with booking vaccine appointments at Invista for staff in the Highest Priority and Very High Priority groups. Here are the instructions:  

Please share the linked documents with your Highest & Very High Priority staff to make their COVID Vaccine appointment as seamless as possible. 
- Vaccine Clinic Appointment – Instructions   
- Vaccine Clinic Appointment – Screening   
-  COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Consent Form    
- COVID-19 Vaccine Information Sheet  
- What You Need to Know Before Your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Information Sheet

Please ask your Highest & Very High Priority staff members to read through the forms carefully and complete the consent form to bring with them to their appointment (if possible), as well as complete the screening questions ahead of the appointment.  

Please share the booking link with Highest & Very High Priority staff or book appointments on behalf of these individuals using the link. COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Kingston Invista Centre: https://cutt.ly/invista1

IMPORTANT: Booking links MUST NOT be shared. Please advise staff to book only one appointment. Bring proof of employment to the appointment. This may include a staff ID or a paystub. Please book vaccine appointments quickly! This is an urgent request to fill appointment spots.  

Please be responsible with the use of this vaccine appointment booking information and refrain from sharing it with family, friends, or colleagues that it is not intended for. 

Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Health Unit Vaccine Info

Lambton Health Unit

 

 

Lambton Health Unit Vaccine Info

Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit

Work in that region

As Front Facing Dental Staff in the Very High Priority category, we are happy to invite you and your staff to one of our 4 COVID-19 Fixed Vaccination Clinics.    

At this time only staff that are patient facing in your clinics qualify. This includes clinical and non-clinical front line staff. Other staff will be done in a following stage.

These sites are by invitation only. Please do not share this invitation with anyone else beyond you and your staff. 

All staff must bring their OHIP card and a piece of ID (registration card or letter from their employer) as proof that they meet the eligibility criteria for this category. Please ensure the letter contains the facility booking number listed below.

We will be providing the Pfizer vaccine at these sites only

Individuals needing their second dose of the PFIZER Covid-19 vaccine can book as well, as long as there has been 21-35 days since their first dose.

Individuals that received Moderna for their first dose cannot attend the fixed sites at this time as we do not have extra supply of Moderna. We will work with those facilities to make sure everyone gets their second dose when you need it in a different manner. 

**PLEASE do not book into the fixed sites if you need a second dose of Moderna. Please note that appointments are limited right now due to us onboarding new staff and limited vaccine supply. More appointment slots will be opened every few days, so if clinics are booked, please keep trying. Due to vaccine only coming in weekly, we will only be booking clinics one to two weeks out at this time. Please be patient with the system. 

Please book your appointment ASAP using the following link and facility code: https://portal.healthmyself.net/northgrenvillecovid19assessmentcentre/guest/#/1do/book/type
Front Line Dental Staff Facility code: 22432021CV184

IMPORTANT - Should you have any problems booking your appointment online, please contact the Health Unit at 1-800-660-5853 Ext 2100 and a staff person can assist you.

Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit Vaccine Info

Middlesex-London Health Unit

 

To all dentists and their teams working or living in the area of the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU): please see this note from the Associate Medical Officer of Health. 

 The Middlesex-London Health Unit is now offering pre-registration for the COVID-19 vaccine for healthcare workers in the London and Middlesex region.

 One contact person will submit the pre-registration list for your entire organization. This contact person should have a leadership role within the organization (e.g. lead professional/employer) as they will receive all vaccine-related information and communication from the Health Unit.  

Instructions for the lead professional/employer on how to pre-register are linked to this email, and the pre-registration list can be submitted through our website. Employers who have pre-registered will be notified via email when their employees are eligible. Appointment booking information will be provided, including a username and password that can be shared confidentially with staff members who were identified on the pre-registration list.  

For questions about eligibility please contact covid.vaccination@mlhu.on.ca.  For regular updates, please sign up to receive weekly alerts through the Health Unit's Healthcare Provider Outreach email list by emailing healthcareproviders@mlhu.on.ca.

Middlesex-London Health Unit Vaccine Info

Niagara Region Public Health Department

Niagara Region Public Health Department

North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit

 

 

North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit Vaccine Info

Northwestern Health Unit

Health care workers in the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) service area will be able to get COVID-19 vaccine at mass community clinics starting the week of March 22nd.   

Health care workers can go register for the vaccine using an online survey set up by NWHU.   
Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) and local partners will begin phasing in regularly scheduled COVID-19 vaccine clinics across the region the week of March 22nd. The first clinics will be open to health care workers and adults over 80 years of age.  

Health care workers will use the new provincial booking system that is due to open on March 15th to schedule appointments at the NWHU-led vaccine clinics. The online survey allows the health unit and the Province to send eligible individuals an email to access the provincial booking system so they can schedule an appointment.   

Note that some health care workers will be vaccinated by their employer and do not need to attend an NWHU-led clinic to get the vaccine. This is the case in places like hospitals and primary care clinics where the employer can administer vaccines and has enough staff to run an internal clinic. These workers will do not need to complete the online NWHU survey. Check with your employer to see if they are offering an internal vaccine clinic.  

By the first week of April there will be a rotating schedule of mass community vaccine clinics in 12 communities in the NWHU service area at least every two weeks, and in Kenora every week. All clinics will be open to specific priority groups consistent with the Province’s 3-phase vaccine roll-out plan. All clinics are by appointment only; there will be no drop-in clinics. There will be evening and weekend clinic hours available in all communities where there are clinics.  

NWHU and its partners will add additional clinics to the schedule based on local need, capacity and vaccine availability.   

For more information see the COVID-19 vaccine section on the NWHU website or email talkpublichealth@nwhu.on.ca.

Northwestern Health Unit Vaccine Info

Ottawa Public Health

 

Link to pre-register: https://www.ottawapublichealth.ca/en/public-health-topics/covid-19-vaccine.aspx#Priority-health-care-workers-identified-in-the-Ministry-of-Healths-guidance-on-Health-Care-Worker-Prioritization-including-hospital-employees-staff-who-work-or-study-in-hospitals-and-health-care-personnel 

Ottawa Public Health Vaccine Info

Peel Public Health

Live or Work 

In alignment with the Province’s framework for COVID-19 vaccine prioritization, active, front-line, patient-facing workers in dental and dental hygienist offices (including dentists, dental hygienists, reception, custodial, security and other staff) living or working in Peel, have been prioritized to receive their COVID-19 immunizations.
 
Please note, when attending a vaccine clinic, you will be required to show an active RCDSO/CDHO membership as proof of eligibility. Confirmation of a Peel residential or office address will also be required. We ask that all dentists/hygienists complete this attestation form for each staff member working in your office.
 
Staff should ensure they bring the completed form to the clinic as proof of eligibility.
 
Without proof of eligibility, vaccination will not be provided.
 
You will have the choice to attend a vaccination clinic at one of the area hospitals, or a community clinic. All clinics are by-appointment only.
 
Attending a hospital clinic
 
1. William Osler Health System clinics
 
Locations: Chinguacousy Wellness Centre, 995 Peter Robertson Blvd, Brampton, ON L6R 2E9,
 
OR Brampton Civic Hospital Auditorium, 2100 Bovaird Drive East, Brampton, ON L6R 3J7.
 
To book an appointment at Osler’s vaccine clinic, please contact Osler’s Vaccine Clinic Booking Centre at 905-494-2120 ext. 56685, from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., seven days a week.
 
2. Trillium Heath Partners clinics
 
Location: Trillium Health Partners, Mississauga Hospital, 100 Queensway West, Mississauga, ON
 
To book an appointment at Trillium Health Partners vaccine clinic, please email COVIDvaccinescheduler@thp.ca. You will be provided with a link to the booking platform and a unique passcode for your office practice only; do not share this passcode or link as it is unique to you
 
 Attending a community clinic
 
Community clinics are available at 10 Peel Centre Dr., Brampton and 7120 Hurontario St., Mississauga. Click the booking link below for clinic dates and locations.
 
Appointments can be booked at: https://peelregion.inputhealth.com/ebooking.
 
Appointment booking is limited so check back regularly for additional clinic dates and locations. Do not share this link. You will require your Health Card. If you’re having problems accessing the system or booking an appointment, please call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202.   
 
Prior to your visit, you must complete a COVID-19 screening questionnaire which will be emailed to you in the morning on your appointment day.   
 
When attending a community clinic : 
Bring an ID: driver’s license or health card with your picture  
Wear a mask or face covering  
Expect to wait at a clinic for a minimum of 15 minutes after receiving the vaccine  
Important information
 
COVID-19 vaccines require two doses to be fully effective. An appointment for the second dose will be made by clinic staff when you receive your first dose.  
 
The COVID-19 vaccines have been rigorously tested by numerous trusted authorities around the world, including Health Canada. They are shown to be safe and effective at protecting against COVID-19. For more information on the COVID-19 vaccines, please visit: peelregion.ca/covid19vaccine.  

Peel Public Health Vaccine Info

Peterborough Public Health

 

 

Peterborough Public Health Vaccine Info

Porcupine Health Unit

 

 

Porcupine Health Unit Vaccine Info

Renfrew County and District Health Unit

 

 

Renfrew County and District Health Unit Vaccine Info

Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit

 

 

Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit Vaccine Info

Southwestern Public Health

 

Pre-registration for provincially-prioritized health-care workers is now available in the Southwestern Public Health region. This pre-registration process is NOT intended for individual employees to submit. Only owners, operators, directors, and chief administrators should be filling out this form on behalf of a health-care organization.

A guidance document intended to determine which health-care workers should receive the COVID-19 vaccine was released by the province and is available for review here. Due to the limited regional vaccine supply in our region, it has become necessary to further prioritize this health-care worker list. As a result, different groups of health-care workers will become eligible to book COVID-19 vaccination appointments at different times, based on decisions made by the COVID-19 Vaccine Prioritization Advisory Committee. Please visit our COVID-19 Vaccine eligibility. page for a list of who is currently eligible.

Pre-Registration Process
-Visit the pre-registration webpage.
- Please have only one contact person submit the pre-registration list for your entire organization. This contact person should have a leadership role within the organization (CEO, lead professional) as they will receive all vaccine-related information and communication from Southwestern Public Health.
-To pre-register, this contact person must submit the completed pre-registration template in the survey below.
-The completed pre-registration template must include the names of all relevant health-care workers associated with the organization and indicate which group best describes the work done by your organization.
-It takes approximately 3-5 days to validate a submission. An email will be sent to notify individuals when they become eligible. Please do not call public health to check on the status of your validation.

Important Information:
-Only submit one pre-registration submission per organization.
-Please do not include employees who have already accessed a COVID-19 vaccination elsewhere.
-If you are a contractor, please ask your workplace to include you on their workplace submission.
-If you are self-employed, you are your own employer and can self-submit your pre-registration.

Southwestern Public Health Vaccine Info

Sudbury and District Health Unit

 

Public Health Sudbury & Districts is actively planning and preparing for the arrival of COVID-19 vaccine in area communities including through engagement with local stakeholders.
 
Health care workers in Sudbury and districts can pre-register for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. If you are a health care worker and meet the Ministry of Health criteria to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Phase One of vaccine rollout, please complete this pre-registration survey. Once you pre-register, you will be contacted to book an appointment when vaccine becomes available. Pre-registering does not mean you will get an appointment immediately.
 
For further information, click here.

Sudbury and District Health Unit Vaccine Info

Thunder Bay District Health Unit

 

 

Thunder Bay District Health Unit Vaccine Info

Timiskaming Health Unit

 

 

Timiskaming Health Unit Vaccine Info

Toronto Public Health

 

Toronto hospitals and their partner Ontario Health Teams (OHTs) have launched a centralized COVID-19 call centre and website to support eligible adults in Toronto to pre-register or book their vaccination appointments. The Toronto COVID-19 Vaccine Call Centre and Website (www.vaccineto.ca) will now support priority populations identified as part of Phase I in the Ontario Vaccine Distribution Plan.  

- People who are 80 years of age and older (born in 1941 or before)
- Health care workers in priority risk groups
- Indigenous adults (16 years and older)  

People from these priority groups can now go to www.vaccineto.ca or toronto.ca/covid19 to access the pre-registration or appointment booking systems for sites near to them. People can also call 1-888-385-1910 for assistance to complete preregistration forms and book appointments at local vaccine clinics operated by participating hospitals and OHTs.  

Please note, COVID-19 vaccinations in Toronto are by appointment only and there are no walk-in clinics at this time. Eligible individuals should only sign up at one vaccination clinic site and are asked to not pre-register or book appointments at multiple locations. Individuals are also encouraged to pre-register or book an appointment at the clinics nearest to where they live and, in the case of health care workers, closest to where they work.  

For additional information, please continue to consult Toronto Public Health’s website. 

Toronto Public Health Vaccine Info

Region of Waterloo, Public Health

 

Frontline health-care workers defined by the Province as "Very High Priority" (Level 2) are encouraged to pre-register for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment as we are now inviting these groups to schedule a vaccine appointment through the pre-registration system as vaccine becomes available.    

Click here to pre-register   

The provincial definition of Very High Priority Health Care Workers includes frontline health care workers in the following sectors and settings:   

- Acute care and other hospital settings (all areas) 
- Congregate settings (assisted living, correctional settings, residential facilities, hospices and palliative care settings, shelters, supportive housing) 
- Community care with high risk of exposure and serving specialized patient populations (Community Health Centers, Home and community care, Adult day programs for seniors).  - - - All health care services for Indigenous populations 
- Community care with high risk of exposure and serving the general population (Birth centres, Community Based Specialists, Death investigation professionals, Dentistry, Gynecology/obstetrics, Midwifery, Nurse practitioner-led clinics / contract nursing agencies, Otolaryngology (ENT), Pharmacies, Primary care, Respirology (Respiratory Therapy), Walk-in clinics,) 
- Laboratory services 

For more information, please see the province's guidelines for Prioritizing Health Care Workers for COVID-19 vaccination or visit the Region of Waterloo website.    

Vaccine Clinic Scheduling Team 
Waterloo Region COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Task Force  https://www.regionofwaterloo.ca

Region of Waterloo, Public Health Vaccine Info

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Health Unit

 

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health (WDGPH) is inviting members of certain prioritized groups to pre-register for upcoming COVID-19 vaccination appointments. Demand for the COVID-19 vaccine is currently higher than available supply and prioritization is necessary to determine eligibility.
 
Health Care Workers from all priority levels who live or work in Guelph, County of Wellington, or County of Dufferin are now eligible to pre-register (as per COVID-19: Guidance for Prioritizing Health Care Workers for COVID-19 Vaccination). Health Care Workers will be prioritized based on the information they provide on the pre-registration form.
 
Please share this information with any eligible health care workers.
 
Click here: www.wdgpublichealth.ca/register to access the WDGPH website with information about how to pre-register.
 
The wait time from pre-registration to receiving an email/text with the appointment booking information will vary from person to person. You may need to wait a week or more before receiving this information.
 
Please also review the WDGPH website for information on troubleshooting for booking your vaccination online (after receiving your booking code) and how to prepare for your COVID-19 vaccination.

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Health Unit Vaccine Info

Windsor-Essex County Health Unit

 

 

Windsor-Essex County Health Unit Vaccine Info

York Region Public Health Services

 

If you have not yet scheduled appointments for yourself and eligible staff, please follow the updated instructions below and share this information with your eligible staff. While appointment availability is reduced at this time, appointments will continue to open up routinely to ensure that all health care workers in the Highest and Very High Priority Levels can continue to obtain their immunization. We thank all health care workers for their continued patience as the vaccine rollout progresses. 

To Access the COVID-19 Vaccine, please visit york.ca/covid19vaccine and select either:  ·  City of Vaughan-Cortellucci Vaughan Hospital (3200 Major MacKenzie Drive West, Vaughan, ON) . Each eligible employee to individually book their own COVID-19 vaccination appointment online at york.ca/covid19vaccine
·  Town of Newmarket-Ray Twinney Complex (100 Eagle St. W, Newmarket, ON) . Each eligible employee to individually book their own COVID-19 vaccination appointment online at york.ca/covid19vaccine

Reminder - Please bring an Ontario Health Card (if you have one), photo identification and proof of occupation (i.e. employee ID badge, certificate of registration and/or note from employer) to your vaccination appointment 

Thank you very much for your patience as we make improvements to booking processes and systems in collaboration with our health system partners to deliver vaccines as efficiently as possible. Please expect more changes mid-March as York Region Public Health adopts the provincial COVAX booking system for all COVID-19 vaccination appointments. We look forward to soon having a universal booking system and call centre across all vaccination locations in York Region. 

York Region Public Health Services Vaccine Info

Algoma Public Health Unit

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Vaccine info page by region Algoma Public Health Unit Vaccine Info

Brant County Health Unit

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Vaccine info page by region Brant County Health Unit Vaccine Info

Chatham-Kent Health Unit

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Chatham-Kent Public Health are booking appointments for High/Very High priority health care workers: https://ckphu.com/covid-19-vaccine/  Vaccine info page by region Chatham-Kent Health Unit Vaccine Info

Durham Region Health Department

Eligibility Live or work in that region Specific info for dentists - Vaccine info page by region Durham Region Health Department Vaccine Info

Eastern Ontario Health Unit

Eligibility Live or work in that region Specific info for dentists The Eastern Ontario Health Unit (EOHU) is preparing for the COVID-19 vaccine distribution to Very High Priority Health Care Workers identified by the Ministry of Health (Community care with high risk exposure and serving the general population). Identified within this group is Dentistry. If you are a dental professional living or working in the EOHU Region, please visit our website to find more information on when vaccination will start and how to proceed in booking an appointment.

Please do NOT try to schedule an appointment until your group has been identified on our website as the group(s) currently being vaccinated. We must keep the online tool and phone lines available for those who are eligible to book an appointment currently. We are requesting everyone’s collaboration and continued patience as we undertake this enormous vaccination effort. https://eohu.ca/en/covid/scheduling-covid-19-vaccine-appointments-for-eligible-individuals
Vaccine info page by region Eastern Ontario Health Unit Vaccine Info

Grey Bruce Health Unit

Eligibility Live or work in that region Specific info for dentists The Grey Bruce Health Unit (GBHU) has already begun to reach out to dentists who live or work in the Grey Bruce region. If you have not been contacted by GBHU, you may email K.Cuillerier@publichealthgreybruce.on.ca. Further information is available from https://www.publichealthgreybruce.on.ca/COVID-19/Vaccines. Vaccine info page by region Grey Bruce Health Unit Vaccine Info

Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Vaccine info page by region Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit Vaccine Info

Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Vaccine info page by region Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit Vaccine Info

Halton Region Health Department

Eligibility Work or live in that region AND provide direct, in-person care to patients at least once a week. Specific info for dentists

Highest and Very High Priority health care workers, as defined in the Ministry of Health’s Guidance for Prioritizing Health Care Works for COVID-19 Vaccination are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine and can book appointments online. Such health care workers may receive the COVID-19 vaccine at the Halton Healthcare Vaccination Centre at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital.     

To be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, health care workers must:    

-work in a dentistry setting AND   
-work or live in Halton Region AND    
-provide direct, in-person care to patients at least once a week

If you are working remotely full-time, please do not book an appointment at this time. As vaccine supply increases, eligibility will be expanded.

How to book an appointment   

-If you are eligible, please go online or call 311 to book your appointment.
-You will be asked to attest to your eligibility as a health care worker.
-Your online booking form will provide details of where to go and what to expect when you arrive.    
-Your vaccine appointment will occur at the Halton COVID-19 Vaccination Centre at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital, located at 3001 Hospital Gate, Oakville, ON L6M 0L8.     

Please bring to your appointment:    
– Ontario Health card    

For additional information about the COVID-19 vaccine, please visit halton.ca/COVIDvaccines


Vaccine info page by region Halton Region Health Department Vaccine Info

Hamilton Public Health Services

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Vaccine info page by region Hamilton Public Health Services

Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Health Unit

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Quinte Health Care (QHC) is assisting Hastings Prince Edward (HPE) Public Health with vaccine distribution, including inviting dentists and high-risk frontline staff members at dental offices in our region to book an appointment at our COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at QHC Belleville General Hospital. QHC anticipates a high volume of registration forms in the next day or two, so please allow 24 hours for the Vaccination Clinic team to respond with your appointment date, time and directions for attending the clinic. The vaccination clinics will book appointments between 1:30pm and 8:30pm Monday to Friday.  

Please register for an appointment time by filling out and submitting the web form at the following link: http://www.qhc.on.ca/form.php.
  
Please note: If you've already booked in with a clinic through HPE Public Health – there is no need to change your appointment. Our clinic is meant to augment public health clinics to help vaccinate local health care workers as quickly as possible.  
  
While you are asked to share the link with your high-risk frontline staff members, it's essential that you do not forward this email to other groups in order to ensure priority groups receives the vaccines in a timely fashion. We anticipate having a regular supply of vaccines arrive in the coming weeks, so everyone will receive their vaccines based on their level of priority and the supply allocations. 
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Huron Perth Health Unit

Eligibility Live and work Specific info for dentistsHPPH is now ready to accept appointment bookings in our system, and this includes dentistry.

According to the Ministry of Health's COVID-19: Guidance for Prioritizing Health Care Workers for COVID-19 Vaccination:

For the purposes of prioritization of vaccine doses, "health care worker" is defined as:

- Any regulated health professionals and any staff member, contract worker, student/trainee, registered volunteer, or other essential caregiver currently working in a health care organization, including workers that are not providing direct patient care such as cleaning staff, food services staff, information technology staff, security,research staff, and other administrative staff.
- Workers providing a healthcare service or direct patient service in a congregate, residential or community setting outside of a health care organization (e.g., nurse providing patient care in a school, worker performing personal support services in an assisted living facility, medical first responder in the community, peer worker in a shelter).

HPPH would also like you to know the following:
- Adults 16 years of age and older who are chronic home care recipients do not require proof of eligibility as partner agencies will be creating the lists of specific residents eligible.
- Please note that eligible frontline healthcare workers as defined above will be asked to show their work ID badge, a letter from their employer, or proof of professional college membership when they arrive for their appointment at the clinic.

How to book an appointment:
- Online at www.hpph.ca/vaccinebooking
- We encourage online booking, as our phone lines are very busy.
- By phone: 1-833-753-2098
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Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox & Addington Health Unit

Eligibility Specific info for dentists This information is intended for dentists and their dental teams who work and live in the region.  Do not forward this to colleagues outside of KFLA.  

STEP 1 LINE LIST REQUEST
We are asking for organizations with health care workers to use provincial guidance to complete the line list template and upload the file to our secure site using this Link: https://ln2.sync.com/dl/9a5c69a80/ucxgizcj-educ8bnv-h2wib78g-m454h9a7  Password: N@vc62WG   This will enable us to book and administer employee COVID-19 vaccinations as soon as possible.  

Please note that while accuracy is important in completion of the template and having all fields filled in helps with efficiency, there is special privacy considerations regarding employee Health Card Numbers. If a Health Card Number is not included in the line list template for each individual, that is fine, but will need to be collected at the vaccine clinic. The employer must clearly identify the purpose for collection of health card numbers re: registration for COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Employees must consent to employer giving their health card number to KFL&A Public Health. If an employer already has health card numbers, they still need to gain consent to share with us for this new purpose. The consent is for this purpose only. The employer would be responsible for deleting file, etc. and clearly have a plan that the health card number is not used for any other purposes.  
STEP 2 APPOINTMENT BOOKING  
If the organization has already uploaded a line list of staff to KFL&A Public Health, they can proceed with booking vaccine appointments at Invista for staff in the Highest Priority and Very High Priority groups. Here are the instructions:  

Please share the linked documents with your Highest & Very High Priority staff to make their COVID Vaccine appointment as seamless as possible. 
- Vaccine Clinic Appointment – Instructions   
- Vaccine Clinic Appointment – Screening   
-  COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Consent Form    
- COVID-19 Vaccine Information Sheet  
- What You Need to Know Before Your COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Information Sheet

Please ask your Highest & Very High Priority staff members to read through the forms carefully and complete the consent form to bring with them to their appointment (if possible), as well as complete the screening questions ahead of the appointment.  

Please share the booking link with Highest & Very High Priority staff or book appointments on behalf of these individuals using the link. COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic at Kingston Invista Centre: https://cutt.ly/invista1

IMPORTANT: Booking links MUST NOT be shared. Please advise staff to book only one appointment. Bring proof of employment to the appointment. This may include a staff ID or a paystub. Please book vaccine appointments quickly! This is an urgent request to fill appointment spots.  

Please be responsible with the use of this vaccine appointment booking information and refrain from sharing it with family, friends, or colleagues that it is not intended for.
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Lambton Health Unit

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Leeds, Grenville and Lanark District Health Unit

Eligibility Work in that region Specific info for dentists As Front Facing Dental Staff in the Very High Priority category, we are happy to invite you and your staff to one of our 4 COVID-19 Fixed Vaccination Clinics.    

At this time only staff that are patient facing in your clinics qualify. This includes clinical and non-clinical front line staff. Other staff will be done in a following stage.

These sites are by invitation only. Please do not share this invitation with anyone else beyond you and your staff. 

All staff must bring their OHIP card and a piece of ID (registration card or letter from their employer) as proof that they meet the eligibility criteria for this category. Please ensure the letter contains the facility booking number listed below.

We will be providing the Pfizer vaccine at these sites only

Individuals needing their second dose of the PFIZER Covid-19 vaccine can book as well, as long as there has been 21-35 days since their first dose.

Individuals that received Moderna for their first dose cannot attend the fixed sites at this time as we do not have extra supply of Moderna. We will work with those facilities to make sure everyone gets their second dose when you need it in a different manner. 

**PLEASE do not book into the fixed sites if you need a second dose of Moderna. Please note that appointments are limited right now due to us onboarding new staff and limited vaccine supply. More appointment slots will be opened every few days, so if clinics are booked, please keep trying. Due to vaccine only coming in weekly, we will only be booking clinics one to two weeks out at this time. Please be patient with the system. 

Please book your appointment ASAP using the following link and facility code: https://portal.healthmyself.net/northgrenvillecovid19assessmentcentre/guest/#/1do/book/type
Front Line Dental Staff Facility code: 22432021CV184

IMPORTANT - Should you have any problems booking your appointment online, please contact the Health Unit at 1-800-660-5853 Ext 2100 and a staff person can assist you.
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Middlesex-London Health Unit

Eligibility Specific info for dentists To all dentists and their teams working or living in the area of the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU): please see this note from the Associate Medical Officer of Health. 

 The Middlesex-London Health Unit is now offering pre-registration for the COVID-19 vaccine for healthcare workers in the London and Middlesex region.

 One contact person will submit the pre-registration list for your entire organization. This contact person should have a leadership role within the organization (e.g. lead professional/employer) as they will receive all vaccine-related information and communication from the Health Unit.  

Instructions for the lead professional/employer on how to pre-register are linked to this email, and the pre-registration list can be submitted through our website. Employers who have pre-registered will be notified via email when their employees are eligible. Appointment booking information will be provided, including a username and password that can be shared confidentially with staff members who were identified on the pre-registration list.  

For questions about eligibility please contact covid.vaccination@mlhu.on.ca.  For regular updates, please sign up to receive weekly alerts through the Health Unit's Healthcare Provider Outreach email list by emailing healthcareproviders@mlhu.on.ca.
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Niagara Region Public Health Department

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North Bay Parry Sound District Health Unit

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Northwestern Health Unit

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Health care workers in the Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) service area will be able to get COVID-19 vaccine at mass community clinics starting the week of March 22nd.   

Health care workers can go register for the vaccine using an online survey set up by NWHU.   
Northwestern Health Unit (NWHU) and local partners will begin phasing in regularly scheduled COVID-19 vaccine clinics across the region the week of March 22nd. The first clinics will be open to health care workers and adults over 80 years of age.  

Health care workers will use the new provincial booking system that is due to open on March 15th to schedule appointments at the NWHU-led vaccine clinics. The online survey allows the health unit and the Province to send eligible individuals an email to access the provincial booking system so they can schedule an appointment.   

Note that some health care workers will be vaccinated by their employer and do not need to attend an NWHU-led clinic to get the vaccine. This is the case in places like hospitals and primary care clinics where the employer can administer vaccines and has enough staff to run an internal clinic. These workers will do not need to complete the online NWHU survey. Check with your employer to see if they are offering an internal vaccine clinic.  

By the first week of April there will be a rotating schedule of mass community vaccine clinics in 12 communities in the NWHU service area at least every two weeks, and in Kenora every week. All clinics will be open to specific priority groups consistent with the Province’s 3-phase vaccine roll-out plan. All clinics are by appointment only; there will be no drop-in clinics. There will be evening and weekend clinic hours available in all communities where there are clinics.  

NWHU and its partners will add additional clinics to the schedule based on local need, capacity and vaccine availability.   

For more information see the COVID-19 vaccine section on the NWHU website or email talkpublichealth@nwhu.on.ca.
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Peel Public Health

Eligibility Live or Work Specific info for dentists In alignment with the Province’s framework for COVID-19 vaccine prioritization, active, front-line, patient-facing workers in dental and dental hygienist offices (including dentists, dental hygienists, reception, custodial, security and other staff) living or working in Peel, have been prioritized to receive their COVID-19 immunizations.
 
Please note, when attending a vaccine clinic, you will be required to show an active RCDSO/CDHO membership as proof of eligibility. Confirmation of a Peel residential or office address will also be required. We ask that all dentists/hygienists complete this attestation form for each staff member working in your office.
 
Staff should ensure they bring the completed form to the clinic as proof of eligibility.
 
Without proof of eligibility, vaccination will not be provided.
 
You will have the choice to attend a vaccination clinic at one of the area hospitals, or a community clinic. All clinics are by-appointment only.
 
Attending a hospital clinic
 
1. William Osler Health System clinics
 
Locations: Chinguacousy Wellness Centre, 995 Peter Robertson Blvd, Brampton, ON L6R 2E9,
 
OR Brampton Civic Hospital Auditorium, 2100 Bovaird Drive East, Brampton, ON L6R 3J7.
 
To book an appointment at Osler’s vaccine clinic, please contact Osler’s Vaccine Clinic Booking Centre at 905-494-2120 ext. 56685, from 8 a.m. - 6 p.m., seven days a week.
 
2. Trillium Heath Partners clinics
 
Location: Trillium Health Partners, Mississauga Hospital, 100 Queensway West, Mississauga, ON
 
To book an appointment at Trillium Health Partners vaccine clinic, please email COVIDvaccinescheduler@thp.ca. You will be provided with a link to the booking platform and a unique passcode for your office practice only; do not share this passcode or link as it is unique to you
 
 Attending a community clinic
 
Community clinics are available at 10 Peel Centre Dr., Brampton and 7120 Hurontario St., Mississauga. Click the booking link below for clinic dates and locations.
 
Appointments can be booked at: https://peelregion.inputhealth.com/ebooking.
 
Appointment booking is limited so check back regularly for additional clinic dates and locations. Do not share this link. You will require your Health Card. If you’re having problems accessing the system or booking an appointment, please call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202.   
 
Prior to your visit, you must complete a COVID-19 screening questionnaire which will be emailed to you in the morning on your appointment day.   
 
When attending a community clinic : 
Bring an ID: driver’s license or health card with your picture  
Wear a mask or face covering  
Expect to wait at a clinic for a minimum of 15 minutes after receiving the vaccine  
Important information
 
COVID-19 vaccines require two doses to be fully effective. An appointment for the second dose will be made by clinic staff when you receive your first dose.  
 
The COVID-19 vaccines have been rigorously tested by numerous trusted authorities around the world, including Health Canada. They are shown to be safe and effective at protecting against COVID-19. For more information on the COVID-19 vaccines, please visit: peelregion.ca/covid19vaccine.
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Peterborough Public Health

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Porcupine Health Unit

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Renfrew County and District Health Unit

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Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit

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Southwestern Public Health

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Pre-registration for provincially-prioritized health-care workers is now available in the Southwestern Public Health region. This pre-registration process is NOT intended for individual employees to submit. Only owners, operators, directors, and chief administrators should be filling out this form on behalf of a health-care organization.

A guidance document intended to determine which health-care workers should receive the COVID-19 vaccine was released by the province and is available for review here. Due to the limited regional vaccine supply in our region, it has become necessary to further prioritize this health-care worker list. As a result, different groups of health-care workers will become eligible to book COVID-19 vaccination appointments at different times, based on decisions made by the COVID-19 Vaccine Prioritization Advisory Committee. Please visit our COVID-19 Vaccine eligibility. page for a list of who is currently eligible.

Pre-Registration Process
-Visit the pre-registration webpage.
- Please have only one contact person submit the pre-registration list for your entire organization. This contact person should have a leadership role within the organization (CEO, lead professional) as they will receive all vaccine-related information and communication from Southwestern Public Health.
-To pre-register, this contact person must submit the completed pre-registration template in the survey below.
-The completed pre-registration template must include the names of all relevant health-care workers associated with the organization and indicate which group best describes the work done by your organization.
-It takes approximately 3-5 days to validate a submission. An email will be sent to notify individuals when they become eligible. Please do not call public health to check on the status of your validation.

Important Information:
-Only submit one pre-registration submission per organization.
-Please do not include employees who have already accessed a COVID-19 vaccination elsewhere.
-If you are a contractor, please ask your workplace to include you on their workplace submission.
-If you are self-employed, you are your own employer and can self-submit your pre-registration.
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Sudbury and District Health Unit

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Public Health Sudbury & Districts is actively planning and preparing for the arrival of COVID-19 vaccine in area communities including through engagement with local stakeholders.
 
Health care workers in Sudbury and districts can pre-register for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment. If you are a health care worker and meet the Ministry of Health criteria to receive the COVID-19 vaccine in Phase One of vaccine rollout, please complete this pre-registration survey. Once you pre-register, you will be contacted to book an appointment when vaccine becomes available. Pre-registering does not mean you will get an appointment immediately.
 
For further information, click here.
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Thunder Bay District Health Unit

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Timiskaming Health Unit

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Toronto Public Health

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Toronto hospitals and their partner Ontario Health Teams (OHTs) have launched a centralized COVID-19 call centre and website to support eligible adults in Toronto to pre-register or book their vaccination appointments. The Toronto COVID-19 Vaccine Call Centre and Website (Covid-19 Vaccination Clinics (vaccineto.ca)) will now support priority populations identified as part of Phase I in the Ontario Vaccine Distribution Plan.  

- People who are 80 years of age and older (born in 1941 or before)
- Health care workers in priority risk groups
- Indigenous adults (16 years and older)  

People from these priority groups can now go to https://vaccineto.ca/landing or https://www.toronto.ca/home/covid-19/to access the pre-registration or appointment booking systems for sites near to them. People can also call 1-888-385-1910 for assistance to complete preregistration forms and book appointments at local vaccine clinics operated by participating hospitals and OHTs.  

Please note, COVID-19 vaccinations in Toronto are by appointment only and there are no walk-in clinics at this time. Eligible individuals should only sign up at one vaccination clinic site and are asked to not pre-register or book appointments at multiple locations. Individuals are also encouraged to pre-register or book an appointment at the clinics nearest to where they live and, in the case of health care workers, closest to where they work.  

For additional information, please continue to consult Toronto Public Health’s website. 
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Region of Waterloo, Public Health

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Frontline health-care workers defined by the Province as "Very High Priority" (Level 2) are encouraged to pre-register for a COVID-19 vaccine appointment as we are now inviting these groups to schedule a vaccine appointment through the pre-registration system as vaccine becomes available.    

Click here to pre-register   

The provincial definition of Very High Priority Health Care Workers includes frontline health care workers in the following sectors and settings:   

- Acute care and other hospital settings (all areas) 
- Congregate settings (assisted living, correctional settings, residential facilities, hospices and palliative care settings, shelters, supportive housing) 
- Community care with high risk of exposure and serving specialized patient populations (Community Health Centers, Home and community care, Adult day programs for seniors).  - - - All health care services for Indigenous populations 
- Community care with high risk of exposure and serving the general population (Birth centres, Community Based Specialists, Death investigation professionals, Dentistry, Gynecology/obstetrics, Midwifery, Nurse practitioner-led clinics / contract nursing agencies, Otolaryngology (ENT), Pharmacies, Primary care, Respirology (Respiratory Therapy), Walk-in clinics,) 
- Laboratory services 

For more information, please see the province's guidelines for Prioritizing Health Care Workers for COVID-19 vaccination or visit the Region of Waterloo website.    

Vaccine Clinic Scheduling Team 
Waterloo Region COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Task Force  https://www.regionofwaterloo.ca
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Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Health Unit

Eligibility Specific info for dentists Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health (WDGPH) is inviting members of certain prioritized groups to pre-register for upcoming COVID-19 vaccination appointments. Demand for the COVID-19 vaccine is currently higher than available supply and prioritization is necessary to determine eligibility.
 
Health Care Workers from all priority levels who live or work in Guelph, County of Wellington, or County of Dufferin are now eligible to pre-register (as per COVID-19: Guidance for Prioritizing Health Care Workers for COVID-19 Vaccination). Health Care Workers will be prioritized based on the information they provide on the pre-registration form.
 
Please share this information with any eligible health care workers.
 
Click here: www.wdgpublichealth.ca/register to access the WDGPH website with information about how to pre-register.
 
The wait time from pre-registration to receiving an email/text with the appointment booking information will vary from person to person. You may need to wait a week or more before receiving this information.
 
Please also review the WDGPH website for information on troubleshooting for booking your vaccination online (after receiving your booking code) and how to prepare for your COVID-19 vaccination.
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Windsor-Essex County Health Unit

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York Region Public Health Services

Eligibility Specific info for dentists If you have not yet scheduled appointments for yourself and eligible staff, please follow the updated instructions below and share this information with your eligible staff. While appointment availability is reduced at this time, appointments will continue to open up routinely to ensure that all health care workers in the Highest and Very High Priority Levels can continue to obtain their immunization. We thank all health care workers for their continued patience as the vaccine rollout progresses. 

To Access the COVID-19 Vaccine, please visit york.ca/covid19vaccine and select either:  ·  City of Vaughan-Cortellucci Vaughan Hospital (3200 Major MacKenzie Drive West, Vaughan, ON) . Each eligible employee to individually book their own COVID-19 vaccination appointment online at york.ca/covid19vaccine
·  Town of Newmarket-Ray Twinney Complex (100 Eagle St. W, Newmarket, ON) . Each eligible employee to individually book their own COVID-19 vaccination appointment online at york.ca/covid19vaccine

Reminder - Please bring an Ontario Health Card (if you have one), photo identification and proof of occupation (i.e. employee ID badge, certificate of registration and/or note from employer) to your vaccination appointment 

Thank you very much for your patience as we make improvements to booking processes and systems in collaboration with our health system partners to deliver vaccines as efficiently as possible. Please expect more changes mid-March as York Region Public Health adopts the provincial COVAX booking system for all COVID-19 vaccination appointments. We look forward to soon having a universal booking system and call centre across all vaccination locations in York Region.
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