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This page is your access to information and resources about COVID-19, the COVID-19 Vaccination Program and updates you need to know.

Important information about COVID-19

On August 31, 2022, the Province updated its guidance on self-isolation and what to do if you are exposed to COVID-19.

What to do if you:

To get the latest information on what you need to do to protect yourself and others please visit the Province’s public health measures and advice webpage (external link). For questions related to COVID-19 testing and self-isolation, call the Provincial Testing and Isolation Line at 1-888-777-0730, available Monday to Sunday from 8 a.m. – 6 p.m.

Current situation

  • Starting Monday, September 26 all residents 18+ are eligible for a bivalent COVID-19 booster dose. Residents 18+ can now book an appointment at a Halton Region COVID-19 vaccination clinic. Book an appointment.
    • Appointments continue to be added so please check back regularly.
  • Important information about the bivalent COVID-19 booster dose
    • The bivalent vaccine targets the original COVID-19 virus and the Omicron (BA.1) variant—the first COVID-19 vaccine to target a specific strain of the virus.
    • You must have completed your primary series (usually two doses) of COVID-19 vaccine to get a booster dose (bivalent or monovalent). It is recommended to get the bivalent COVID-19 booster dose six months (or 168 days) after completing your last dose of COVID-19 vaccine (including monovalent boosters) or having a COVID-19 infection, however, the minimum interval is three months (or 84 days).
    • Use our online calculator to easily find out when you are eligible to get your next dose. Appointments continue to be added so please check back regularly.

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Wellness check tool for staff, visitors and contractors

Have you completed your wellness check today? All employees, visitors, and contractors must complete a Wellness check before entering our Regional facilities.

Wellness Check Tool  

Stay home if you feel unwell, even if your symptoms are mild.