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GTA COVID-19 Vaccination and Transportation Assistance

COVID-19 Vaccination Information/Management - Durham Region


Description
Mass Vaccination ClinicsPrimary Health Providers: certain providers offer vaccines, click primary health providers and scroll to Where to Get Vaccinated

Homebound Immunization: click vaccination and scroll to Where to Get Vaccinated

Vaccine Clinics for Child Care and Education Staff: www.fhvax.com/


GO-VAXX Mobile Vaccination Clinics/Mobile Indoor Vaccine Clinics
  • GO-VAXX and mobile indoor clinics walk in or by appointment; appointments via province's vaccine portal or call 1-833-943-3900.
  • vaccinates 5 years and up, including boosters and bivalent vaccine for those eligible
  • for GO-VAXX stops and mobile indoor vaccine clinic schedule: www.ontario.ca/page/go-vaxx-bus-schedule

Third, Fourth and Fifth Doses
  • immunocompromised individuals or those taking immunosuppresive therapies eligible for third doses after 56 days. For information, immunocompromised individuals
  • Third dose/boosters 84 days or more after last dose for 18 and older and 168 days or more for 5-17 years (though with informed consent interval can drop to 84 days)​
  • those 18 years and older can have appointment for second booster/fourth dose at recommended interval of 140 days after third dose (minimum interval 84 days with informed consent).
  • immunocompromised individuals, those taking immunosuppressive medication or seniors in congregate settings eligible for fifth dose after 140 days - 84 days with informed consent - fifth dose
Bivalent Vaccine

Those 18 years and older can book appointment for bivalent booster vaccine at recommended interval of 168 days/6 months after last COVID vaccine dose, but can opt for booster at minimum interval of 84 days/3 months.


Vaccination of Children 5-11 YearsVaccination of Children 6 Months-4 Years
  • appointments can be booked for COVID vaccination for children 6 months-under 5 years
  • vaccination for this age group by appointment only until further notice
  • recommended interval between first and second doses is 56 days, and minimum interval is 28 days with informated consent
  • same procedure for booking vaccination as with 5-11 year olds above

Vaccination in Pharmacies

Health card or other government issued identification required. To find participating pharmacy, vaccine locations


Novavax Vaccination

Limited supply of Novavax available by appointment for residents of Durham 18 and older who are not able or willing to be vaccinated with a mRNA vaccine. For appointment to receive Novavax call 1-888-444-5113.
Eligibility
Open to all, but different groups will be immunized during different phases of vaccine roll-out
Application Process
Application varies by location and population group
Languages
English, Interpretation services may be available depending on location
Fees
Free
Documents Required
No Ontario health card required, but other identification such as government-issued identification and proof of residence may be required - ask about or note identification requirements when booking appointment
Accessibility
No physical location
Agency Information
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Last Updated On
September 19, 2022
Address
No Physical Location
Oshawa, ON
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Hours of Operation
Hours vary by location
Service Area(s)
Durham Region