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Monkeypox Vaccination Clinic Appointments

The Brant County Health Unit is hosting monkeypox vaccination clinics for at-risk community members. The clinics are intended for community members 18 years old and over who are transgender or cisgender individuals who self-identify as a man and belong to the community of gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men community, as well as at least one of the following:

  • Identify as a contact of an individual who recently tested positive for monkeypox.
  • Have had two or more sexual partners within the past three weeks (21 days) or may be planning to.
  • Have been diagnosed with a chlamydia, gonorrhea or syphilis infection over the past two months.
  • Have attended bath houses, sex clubs and other venues for sexual contact within the past three weeks (21 days); this includes workers and volunteers.
  • Have had anonymous or casual sex in the past three weeks (21 days); for example, after using an online dating app, engaged in or planning to take part in sex work.

These at-risk populations have been identified based on Ontario Ministry of Health guidelines.

The health unit is following federal and provincial guidance on the administration of Imvamune vaccines to protect those most at risk of contracting the monkeypox virus. For more information about the vaccine, please see the Monkeypox Vaccine Information Sheet.

Please review the information on monkeypox symptoms before booking your appointment and on the day of the appointment.

If you develop symptoms, please do not attend the vaccination clinic and contact your healthcare provider. If you have any questions, you may please call 519-753-4937 ext. 471 to speak with a nurse.

Monkeypox Vaccination Booking Form