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COVID-19 vaccine

Working with the health system and our community partners, to deliver the vaccine to Peel residents.

COVID-19 vaccine

We’re booking appointments for eligible groups at clinics across Peel. Find out who can get the vaccine, and how to make your appointment.

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Our vaccine program

About the COVID-19 vaccines
Details about the approved vaccines, including any side effects.
Learn about the COVID-19 vaccines.

Getting the vaccine
Take a tour or a clinic, updates about the second dose, and other vaccine details.
Find out about our COVID-19 vaccine program.

Book your appointment
Who can get the vaccine in Peel and how to schedule your appointment.
Get booking details.

Preparing for your appointment
What you need to know before your COVID-19 vaccine appointment.
Get ready for your appointment.

Who we're vaccinating in each phase

Timelines for when each group gets the vaccine are determined by our supply. Appointments must only be booked by eligible residents. Each group is told when it's their turn to get the vaccine. Check your eligibility before booking.

Phase 1

December 2020 to March 2021

High-risk populations

Currently vaccinating

  • Long-term care residents, staff and caregivers who haven't received the vaccine yet
  • Medical first responders
  • Highest and very high priority health care workers
  • Indigenous adults and their household members 18 years of age and older
  • Active health care workers and health-affiliated workers
  • Congregate living for seniors
  • Adult home care recipients

Find out who's included in each eligible group..

Phase 2

April to July 2021

Mass deliveries of vaccines

Currently vaccinating

  • 40 years or older
  • 18 years or older at pharmacies and primary care providers
  • People ages 18 to 49
  • People with highest, high-risk and at-risk health conditions
  • Front line essential workers

Find out who's included in each eligible group.

Phase 3

From August 2021

Steady stage

Remaining eligible population