Now offering regular potency flu shots for HIGH PRIORITY GROUPS ONLY, until the end of October.
Appointments are available
Here are the criteria:
1. Individuals at high risk of influenza-related complications or who are more likely to require hospitalization:
- All pregnant women
- People who are residents of nursing homes or other chronic care facilities
- People ≥ 65 years of age
- Indigenous peoples
- Adults or children 6 months of age and over with chronic health conditions as follows:
- Cardiac or pulmonary disorders
- Diabetes mellitus or other metabolic disease
- Conditions or medication which compromise the immune system (due to underlying disease, therapy or both)
- Renal disease
- Anemia or hemoglobinopathy
- Neurologic or neurodevelopment conditions
- Morbid obesity (body mass index of ≥ 40)
- Children and adolescents (6 months to 18 years) undergoing treatment with acetylsalicylic acid for long periods
2. Individuals capable of transmitting influenza to those listed in #1 and/or to infants under 6 months of age:
- Health care workers and other care providers in facilities and community settings
- Household contacts (adults and children) of individuals at high risk of influenza related complications
- Persons who provide care to children ≤ 4 years of age
- Members of a household expecting a newborn during the influenza season
- Those who provide services within a closed or relatively closed setting to persons at high risk (e.g., crew on a ship)
3. People who provide essential community services
4. Poultry industry workers
COVID-19 Vaccines Availability is determined by supply from Ontario government.
Appointments will be available once vaccines are received
How do I prepare for my COVID-19 vaccination appointment?
Print and complete the COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Screening Questions. Bring your completed form to your appointment.
What to bring
- Completed consent form
- Health card or other government-issued photo ID such as a driver’s license
- Completed pre-screening form
- Face covering
The day of your appointment
- Wear a short-sleeved t-shirt.
- Follow signage to “COVID vaccination reception”
- Do not arrive more than 10 minutes before your appointment. Wait in your vehicle or outside (maintain 2 metres of physical distance from others).
- Clean your hands when you enter the building.
- Practice physical distancing.
- While waiting in line to register for your appointment, please take off your coat and have your ID and consent form ready.
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