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This page includes information on where to get the COVID-19 vaccine in Halton.



Where to get vaccinated

Getting vaccinated for COVID-19 is easy! Click on one of the options below for more information.

Require an accommodation at our clinic or other supports? Learn more about accessibility, accommodation and language supports at the clinics.

Walk-in appointments are available on a first come, first-served basis, and are dependent on supply. First and second doses of the vaccine are available to anyone born 2009 or earlier.

Walk-in appointments are available on a first come, first-served basis, and are dependent on supply. First and second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine are available to anyone born 2009 or earlier.

GO-VAXX Bus locations

The Province is operating GO-VAXX mobile COVID-19 vaccine clinics, providing first and second doses of Pfizer vaccine to anyone born in 2009 or earlier. Please note, third doses of COVID-19 vaccines are not offered at GO-VAXX clinics at this time. No appointment needed.

View the complete GO-VAXX bus schedule (external link).

There are over 100 pharmacies in Halton Region offering a COVID-19 vaccine. Book an appointment directly through the pharmacy. Click here to find a local pharmacy (external link).

Many family physicians are now giving COVID-19 vaccines. We encourage you to contact your family physician directly to find out if they are offering the COVID-19 vaccine.


Vaccination receipts

The Province announced that proof of COVID-19 vaccination status will be required to access certain settings beginning September 22, 2021. For more information, read the Province’s list of Frequently Asked Questions (external link) or read Provincial news release September 1, 2021 (external link).

For Halton Region’s FAQs related to the Province’s proof of vaccination, visit the COVID-19 Frequently Asked Questions webpage.

Please note that this provincial requirement to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination applies to patrons accessing specific businesses only. For more information on the recommendations for vaccination policies for workers, visit our COVID-19 Resources for Business page.

Download your COVID-19 vaccination receipt

  • After COVID-19 vaccination, you may receive an email with a link to download your COVID-19 vaccination receipt. This link is active for five days. COVID-19 vaccination receipts emailed before September 8, 2021 will include a pdf of your COVID-19 vaccination receipt.
  • Vaccination receipts are also available from the provincial portal (external link). To access the online portal, you must have a green Ontario health card. If you do not have a photo health card or need assistance obtaining your receipt, call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1-833-943-3900 (available 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week). 
  • If the information on your vaccination receipt is incorrect please call 311 or email
    • Please note: The name on your vaccination receipt should match the name on your Ontario health card. Your vaccination receipt cannot be changed to the name on other documents, such as your passport.
  • If you need help in getting a copy of your COVID-19 vaccination receipt (for example, no access to a computer or printer), you can:
    • Call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1-833-943-3900.
    • Ask a trusted friend or organization to help you print a copy.
    • Contact your local public library. Many Halton public library branches (external link) are able to help people print their vaccine receipts for free.

Report an out-of-province COVID-19 vaccination

Getting fully vaccinated is the best way to protect yourself from COVID-19. If you live in Halton and received a COVID-19 vaccine outside of Ontario or Canada, report this information to Halton Region Public Health. The information you submit will be assessed and if needed, you will receive instructions by email on how to get a COVID-19 vaccination.

Halton Region Public Health will contact you after a minimum of ten (10) business days to let you know if you require more doses.

If you received one or two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine not approved for use by Health Canada (external link), you will need to receive an additional dose of an approved Health Canada COVID-19 mRNA vaccine (Pfizer or Moderna) to be considered fully vaccinated in Ontario.

If you are unable to upload your supporting documents, please call 311 for help.

Accessibility, accommodation and language supports at the clinics

  • To arrange for a disability related accommodation, please call 311 or email
  • Sign language Interpretation Services is available and provided by a remote video interpretation service. Please call 311 or email accesshalton@halton.cato arrange this service.
  • Wheelchairs are available at each of the clinic sites.
  • Language interpretation services are available by telephone on site for residents who do not speak English.

No-charge transportation is available for people facing barriers getting to a vaccination clinic.

If you are able, please drive yourself to the clinic or ask a family member or a support person to take you. This will ensure that we help those that need the service most. If you will be travelling to a clinic with someone from outside of your household, please review our COVID-19 Public Health Guidelines: Car Travel for tips on how to travel safely (PDF file).

If transportation is a barrier to getting to a vaccine clinic, please choose one of the options below:

Option 1: Request a no-charge ride through one of the local taxi services listed below.

Taxi services are available at no charge for those attending a vaccine clinic.

Please book transportation at least 48 hours in advance. Please call 311 if you require assistance to book a taxi.

Local Municipality Taxi services Contact #
Burlington Burlington Taxi (external link) 905-333-3333
Halton Hills EZ Taxi (external link) 905-873-9900
Milton Milton Rainbow Taxi (Milton Taxi Services) (external link) 905-875-3015
Oakville Oakville United Taxi (external link) 905-338-0044

Option 2: Request a ride through the Ontario Community Support Association(external link).

The Ontario government has partnered with the Ontario Community Support Association(external link) to help people with disabilities, and seniors with mobility issues, to safely get to and from COVID-19 vaccination clinics.

To book a ride through the Ontario Community Support Association(external link) you need to:

  • Be a person with a disability within the meaning of the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, 2005. This can include physical, developmental, learning, mental health, hearing and visual disabilities; and
  • Have limited or no access to safe transportation or face barriers to getting to or from a COVID-19 vaccination clinic.

Other things to know about this service:

  • One caregiver or support person can go with you, to and from the COVID-19 Vaccine clinic.
  • You may have the same driver both ways or two different drivers.

Option 3: Arrange for a Paramedic to administer your vaccine at your home, through your primary health care provider.

If you have mobility challenges or medical reasons that prevent you from attending a vaccination clinic, you may be able to have a Paramedic vaccinate you in your home. This can be arranged through your primary health care provider. To arrange for vaccination in your home, your primary health care provider is required to complete a ‘Physician Request Form for COVID-19 Vaccination of Homebound Patients’ and to submit it to For further details about this process, have your primary health care provider refer to the April 23, 2021 e-fax to physicians(PDF file). Please contact 311 for any questions about this process.