This page includes resources developed for the Halton COVID-19 Vaccination Program by Halton Region.
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#EveryDoseCounts posters (PDF file)
This poster includes a QR code to access vaccine information on our website.
Comfort Holds Poster (PDF file)
This poster includes four ways parents can hold their child to improve the vaccination experience.
Protect yourself and others from respiratory illnesses poster (PDF file)
This poster contains ways to protect yourself, your family and the community from respiratory illnesses, including influenza and COVID-19.
Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine (PDF file)
This fact sheet provides information on what you need to know about getting a COVID-19 vaccine and what you can expect after vaccination.
Stay up to date with your COVID-19 vaccine (PDF file)
This fact sheet provides more information on the importance of getting all recommended doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.
COVID-19 vaccine: Preconception, Pregnancy and Breastfeeding (PDF file)
This fact sheet is meant to help individuals make an informed decision about the COVID-19 vaccine if they are thinking about having a baby, are pregnant or are breastfeeding.
Instructions for reporting and out-of-province COVID-19 vaccine (PDF file)
This handout provides instructions on how to submit proof of an out-of-province COVID-19 vaccination.
How to get your COVID-19 enhanced vaccine certificate (PDF file)
This handout provides instructions on how to download your enhanced vaccine certificate from the provincial portal.
Key Components of a Workplace Vaccination Policy (PDF file)
A workplace vaccination policy is an important measure employers can implement to protect their workers and the public. This fact sheet outlines the key components that should be included in a workplace vaccination policy.
What you need to know about Myocarditis and Pericarditis (PDF file)
This fact sheet discusses the rare side effect of mRNA vaccines: Myocarditis and Pericarditis. The fact sheet can help address any concerns or questions that you have and help you make an informed decision to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Keeping Halton Healthy - COVID-19 vaccines for children age 5 – 11 (YouTube video link)
Over the past several months we have received questions from Halton residents about the COVID-19 vaccine, specifically the paediatric vaccine for children aged 5 to 11. Watch as local healthcare experts answer some of these questions and provide additional information to help parents make an informed decision about vaccination.
Keeping Halton Healthy - Reproductive Years (YouTube video link)
It’s okay to have questions about COVID-19 vaccination and we get lots of them! We spoke with public health experts and got answers to your questions about COVID-19 vaccination and pregnancy.
#EveryDoseCounts! (YouTube video link)
We've asked residents why they chose to get every dose of COVID-19 vaccine available to them. Watch this video find out what they said!
#EveryDoseCounts - Short 1 (YouTube video link)
#EveryDoseCounts - Short 2 (YouTube video link)
#EveryDoseCounts - Short 3 (YouTube video link)
#EveryDoseCounts - Short 4 (YouTube video link)
How vaccines work (YouTube video link)
Dr. Hamidah Meghani and her team of Halton Heroes explain what COVID-19 is and how vaccines can help provide protection against the virus.
Getting ready to get your COVID-19 vaccine (YouTube video link)
Dr. Hamidah Meghani & her team of Halton Heroes explain what to expect at the clinic and provide some tips on how to best prepare for their vaccine!
Staying safe and healthy (YouTube video link)
Everyone has a role to play in keeping our community safe & #COVID19 vaccines are just one piece of the puzzle. Dr. Hamidah Meghani & her team of Halton Heroes share some quick tips on things we can do every day to stay healthy!
Virtual Tour – Halton Region’s Paediatric COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics (YouTube video link)
Calling all #HaltonHeroes! Halton has new paediatric clinics to support a positive immunization experience for children 5-11. Watch this virtual tour of our Burlington clinic so you know exactly what to expect!
Tips to help prepare children 5-11 years of age for their COVID-19 vaccine (YouTube video link)
#RollUpYourSleevesHalton! Watch as Dr. Meghani provides some tips on how to prepare children 5-11 years old for the COVID-19 vaccine!
Staying safe and healthy at schools – coughs and sneezes (YouTube video link)
This video teaches students proper cough and sneeze etiquette.
Staying safe and healthy at schools – handwashing (YouTube video link)
Washing your hands often is important to help you stay safe and healthy at schools. This video teaches students how to properly wash their hands.