Please be advised: We are currently accepting appointments for residents of Halton region, including Burlington, Halton Hills (Georgetown, Acton), Milton or Oakville who are eligible to receive a vaccine:
- currently 60 years of age or older (born in or before 1961);
- Indigenous Adults (including First Nations, Métis, and Inuit populations) who live in Halton and are 18 years of age or older as well as one immediate household family member who is 18 or older.
- staff and essential caregivers from long-term care and retirement homes in Halton who have not yet received a first dose;
- health care workers, who live OR work in Halton region identified as
- highest priority
- very high priority
- high priority (providing direct, in-person patient care (non-virtual care) at least once a week or more); or
- adults receiving chronic home care (through a Local Health Integration Network or Home Care Agency).
Before booking your appointment, you must make sure that you fit the within an eligible group. You will be required to provide proof of your eligibility when you arrive at your vaccination appointment (see “How to prepare for your appointment” below for more information).
Do not get the COVID-19 vaccine if you:
- Have a fever, are sick with COVID-19 symptoms, currently have COVID-19 or have been instructed to self-isolate.
- Have received any vaccine in the past 14 days.
- Have an allergy to an ingredient in the vaccine or have had a previous severe reaction to this vaccine.
- Visit Health Canada’s vaccine webpages for a list of vaccine ingredients:
Talk to your health care provider before getting the Pfizer or Moderna vaccine if you:
- Are pregnant or trying to get pregnant
- Have an autoimmune condition or immunodeficiency condition and are receiving any of the following treatments:
- stem cell therapy
- CAR-T therapy
- immune checkpoint inhibitors
- monoclonal antibodies (e.g., rituximab) and other targeted agents (e.g., CD4/6 inhibitors, PARP inhibitors etc.)
If you are booking the appointment on behalf of someone else, you will be asked to provide your name, relationship with the client, and your contact information. By providing your contact information, the Region may contact you if there are important changes to the client’s appointment.