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COVID-19 vaccine

Details about our vaccine program.

Don’t wait to get your vaccine

Pop-up clinics, pharmacies, doctor’s offices, walk-in clinics, and other primary care providers in your neighbourhood are offering the vaccine.

Find locations.

Reporting vaccines received outside Ontario

Find out how to report out of province COVID-19 vaccine doses.

Get details

COVID-19 vaccines for children

Appointments can be booked for children 5 to 11 years old through Ontario's vaccine booking system or by calling 1-833-943-3900 (TTY 1-866-797-0007). Vaccines are also being offered at select pop-up clinics, school vaccine clinics, pharmacies, and doctor’s offices. Refer to get the vaccine for location details.

Walk-ins are not available at Peel Public Health vaccine clinics for this age group.

Get details about vaccine safety for children 5 to 17 years old and information to help your child prepare. Learn more.

Our fall and winter vaccine plan

The Peel fall and winter vaccination plan is simple – get vaccine to people who want it, when and where they want it. To do that, the system is expanding to provide residents with hundreds of places to get vaccinated.

Access our fall and winter vaccination plan.

Proof of vaccination

You need to provide proof of vaccination to access certain businesses and spaces in Ontario. Learn more about proof of vaccination.

You can save or print a copy of your receipt by logging into the Ontario’s vaccine portal. Get your receipt. If you received your vaccine at a Peel Public Health clinic and did not show your Ontario health card, you can call us at 905-791-5202 and we’ll be able to help you get your receipt.

Refer to Ontario Human Rights Commission’s statement on vaccine mandates and proof of vaccine certificates.

First and second doses

Anyone born in 2009 or earlier can get the vaccine. Find out how much time is needed between doses and other details about first and second doses.

Third or booster doses

If you’re part of the eligibility group recently announced by the Ontario government, you can book an appointment:

Make sure you book your appointment for a date that is at least 6 months after you received your second dose.

Other select groups are eligible to receive a third or booster dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccines in action

We know that the vaccine is part of our path back to normal. It's through the stories of our staff and residents that we're able to see the vaccine's impact in the community.

Angela Carter shares her reasons for getting the vaccine.

When a colleague got COVID-19 Kulbir decided it was time to get the vaccine.

Getting vaccinated with Dr. Marsilio

Real Peel, Real Voices

Residents share their vaccination journey with the hope of getting back to the people and things they love. Find more Real Peel, Real Voices resident stories.