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GTA COVID Vaccination and Transportation Assistance
COVID-19 Vaccination Information/Management - Durham Region
- April 12th - Update on Appointments
Currently, appointments at all clinics are full. Appointments are based on vaccine availability. The following Durham website will be updated when bookings reopen
Bookings for COVID-19 vaccinations, for those 65 and older (or those who will be turning 65 in 2021), home care recipients, health care workers, and Indigenous adults and their adult household members, is open. Bookings for those 60 years and older will start on April 8 at 6 pm.
Vaccinations for People with Health Conditions: bookings are also being accepted for people with highest risk health conditions: organ transplant recipients, hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients, neurological diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (e.g., motor neuron disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis), blood cancer diagnosed < 1 year; kidney disease with eGFR < 30.
People with high risk health conditions can be vaccinated as well: obesity (BMI > 40), other treatments causing immunosuppression (e.g., chemotherapy, immunity weakening medications); intellectual or developmental disabilities (e.g., Down Syndrome). The main essential caregiver of people in highest risk or high risk health categories can be vaccinated.
COVID Hot Spot Postal Codes: people 50 years and older may book appointments for vaccination if they live in the following postal codes: L1S, L1T, L1V, L1X, L1Z.
For appointments call 1-888-444-5113 or for online booking, click book appointment
COVID-19 vaccination clinics are open to the public by appointment only who are in the above priority groups. For more information on locations, click Durham COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics
Pharmacy Pilot for Those 55 and Older
Select pharmacies in Durham Region are booking appointments for the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for eligible people who will be, or have been, 55 or older in 2021, as part of Ontario's pharmacy pilot (if someone is turning 55 later this year, they are still eligible).
To be eligible, the person who is 55 or older must live, work or go to school in Durham Region and have a health card or other government issued identification. To find a participating pharmacy, click vaccine locations
- 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
- English, Interpretation services may be available depending on location
- 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
- No physical location
- Agency Information
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- Last Updated On
- April 12, 2021
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- Hours of Operation
- Hours vary by location
- Service Area(s)
- Durham Region