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GTA COVID Vaccination and Transportation Assistance
COVID-19 Vaccination Information/Management - Durham Region
- Visit Durham Region's website to see who is eligible and where to go to receive the vaccine
Bookings open for vaccinations, for those 12 and older (must be 12 by time of appointment).
Hot Spot Postal Codes: 12 and older living in L1S, L1T, L1V, L1X, L1Z may book at mass immunization clinics or may attend mobile or pop-up clinics. For a schedule, click pop-up clinics
Residents 12 years and older living in Hot Spot Postal Code L1L are eligible to book at a specific clinic, click Hot Spot Clinic for L1L
Stand By List: Those eligible for a first or second dose can register by clicking stand by list
For appointments call 1-888-444-5113 or for online booking, click book appointment
Vaccinations for Home-Bound Individuals
Those 18 and older who are not able to leave their homes and who consent, can be vaccinated at home. Click vaccinations for homebound individuals or email RDPShomeboundCOVIDVaccine@durham.ca
Select pharmacies in Durham offer Moderna to those 18 and older or Pfizer to those 12 and older. Client must have health card or other government issued identification.
To find a participating pharmacy, click vaccine locations Those between the ages of 12-17 should only book with locations offering Pfizer.
Rescheduling Second Dose Appointments at Shorter Intervals
High risk health workers, people with certain high risk medical conditions, Indigenous people and their household members, those who were vaccinated with Pfizer on or before April 18 and those 70 years and older are eligible to reschedule their second dose appointment. To do so, call Durham Region Vaccination Call Centre at 1-888-444-5113, www.durhamvaccinebooking.ca or clinic at which they received the first dose.
Those who Received AstraZeneca: People who received AstraZeneca as a first dose can schedule the second dose for 8 weeks after the first dose. If they wish to have AstraZeneca as a second dose, they can contact the location where they received the first dose or find a pharmacy by clicking, vaccine locations . They can choose to have Pfizer or Moderna as a second dose at a pharmacy or mass vaccination clinic.
Re-Scheduling Second Doses of Moderna Vaccine: Durham Region Health Department does not have sufficient Moderna vaccine to allow second dose appointments to be rescheduled earlier at their mass immunization clinics. Those whose first dose of vaccine was Moderna can:
Cancelling Appointments with Durham Mass Vaccination Clinics
Cancel appointment by using the cancel link in confirmation email or calling 1-888-444-5113.
Cancelling Appointments at a Pharmacy
Each pharmacy has its own system
- online - most sites have cancellation information on their website. If confirmation email or text was sent on appointment booking, instructions on cancellation are often contained.
- phone - if there is a dedicated phone line for appointments/cancellation, it may be on website or in confirmation texts/emails. If that is not available, call number at which appointment was booked.
- 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
- June 15, 2021
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- Hours of Operation
- Hours vary by location
- Service Area(s)
- Durham Region