COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Appointments
Appointment booking for COVID-19 vaccine clinics is currently open to
adults 60 years-of-age and older (i.e., born in 1961 or earlier).
Please do not book if you are not part of this age group. Eligibility will be checked during the booking process and on your appointment day. On your appointment day, you will be required to bring your health card (OHIP) or any government issued-photo ID (if you do not have an OHIP card) to confirm your appointment and age.
Please review the following documents and the risk categories below before starting to book your appointment:
If any of the following risk categories apply to you, please take the respective action before booking and coming to your appointment:
due to disease or treatment that are receiving stem cell therapy, CAR-T therapy, chemo, immune checkpoint inhibitors, monoclonal antibodies, and other targeted agents – requires consultation with their treating provider and verbal attestation prior to vaccination.
Suspected hypersensitivity or immediate allergic reaction to previous mRNA COVID vaccine dose or COVID-19 vaccine components – requires consultation with their allergist and documentation of allergist approval needs to be presented at the time of vaccination to the vaccine administrator.
Severe allergic reaction to other vaccines or injectable therapies – does not require consultation with a health care provider prior to vaccination but client will be asked to wait 30 minutes post vaccination for observation.
Severe allergic reactions not related to vaccines does not require consultation with a health care provider prior to vaccination but client will be asked to wait an additional 15 minutes (for a total of 30 minutes for observation).