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You're email has been sent. We'll contact you to complete your pre-registration. You do not need to book an appointment at this time.

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How to book your COVID-19 vaccine appointment and where clinics are located.

COVID-19 vaccine clinics are by appointment. If you’ve booked an appointment but are not eligible, you will not be vaccinated if you come to the clinic. The vaccines are free with no cost to the public.

Appointments for the second dose will be made for you when you receive your first dose. Learn more about the second dose.

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Education workers in hot spot communities

Elementary and secondary school workers. Check eligibility before booking.

Call 1-833-943-3900 to book

Special education staff

Educators providing supports for students with complex special needs. Check eligibility before booking.

Call 1-833-943-3900 to book

Adults 50 years or older in hot spot communities

Confirm you live in a hot spot community. You’ll be using Ontario’s vaccine booking system. Call 1-888-999-6488 for help.

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Adults 60 years or older

You’ll be using Ontario’s vaccine booking system. Call 1-888-999-6488 for help booking.

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Indigenous adults

First Nations, Inuit, and Métis adults and their household members 18 years of age or older.

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Health care workers

Active health care workers and health-affiliated workers. Check eligibility before booking.

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People with health conditions

People with highest or high-risk health conditions and their caregiver. Check eligibility before booking.

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Home care recipients

Adults ages 18 to 59 who are receiving home care.

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Need help booking?

Indigenous adults, health care workers, people with health conditions, and adult home care recipients can call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week. Adults 50 years or older in hot spots, and adults 60 years or older can call 1-888-999-6488. Special education staff can call 1-833-943-3900.

Hospital-run clinics now booking for 50 years or older in hot spot communities

William Osler Health System vaccine clinics

Trillium Health Partners vaccine clinics

Pre-registration for homebound residents

We’re accepting pre-registration for in-home COVID-19 vaccination for homebound residents. These are people who live in Peel and cannot physically leave their home to receive the vaccine. This could be due to medical, social, or other cognitive reasons.

Send us an email and we’ll contact you to complete your pre-registration.

You do not need to book an appointment at this time.

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Other information

Before coming to the clinic

On your appointment day, be sure to wear a short-sleeved shirt or a shirt with sleeves that are easy to roll up. You'll need to wear a mask and maintain physical distance from others at the clinic.

You’ll need to self-screen for symptoms of COVID-19 before entering the clinic. Instructions are provided at the clinic entrance.

When coming to the clinic

An Ontario health card or an immunization record are not required to get the vaccine.

To avoid line-ups outside the clinic you should arrive 10 minutes before the start of your appointment and bring the following:

If you’re 50 years or older and live in a hot spot community:
  • Proof of age (for example an Ontario health card or another form of government issued photo ID like a driver's license, passport, status card, or valid health card from another province).
If you're 60 years or older:
  • Proof of age (for example an Ontario health card or another form of government issued photo ID like a driver's license, passport, status card, or valid health card from another province).
If you identify as Indigenous or are an adult household member of an Indigenous person:
  • Document confirming your date of birth. You must be 18 years of age or older.
  • You'll be asked to confirm that you identify as an Indigenous adult (First Nations, Inuit and Métis) at your appointment.
If you're an active health care or health-affiliated worker
  • Government issued photo identification (e.g., driver’s license, health card)
  • 1 supporting document that shows you are an active health care worker (ID badge, business card, letter from supervisor on letterhead, pay slip, proof of active membership in a relevant professional college or licensing association, such as CPSO, CDHO)
If you're an education worker
  • Proof of eligibility form or email, featuring your name and position, provided by the school board or principal.
  • Identification (health card)

You must call 1-833-943-3900 to book an appointment.

If you're an education staff supporting students with complex special education needs
  • Proof of eligibility form or email, featuring your name and position, provided by the school board or principal.
  • Identification (health card)

You must call 1-833-943-3900 to book an appointment.

If you have a highest or high risk health condition
  • Document confirming your date of birth. You must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Inform clinic staff that you have a highest or high risk health condition or are a caregiver of someone that has one
Home care recipients ages 18 to 59
  • Document confirming your date of birth. You must be 18 years or older.
  • You'll be asked to confirm that you are a recipient of home care.

Refer to priority groups for vaccination for a full list of who's eligible.

Bringing someone with you

If needed to ensure your wellbeing, you can bring someone with you to your appointment.

Caregivers can go with individuals who require accommodations as outlined in the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA), or the individual requires support for cognitive, communication, mobility, emotional or other care needs.

They will also be screened for COVID-19 and will need to wear a mask at all times in the clinic.

During your appointment

If you have not completed the COVID-19 screening before coming to the clinic you will complete it before starting your appointment.

You'll need to wait in the clinic for at least 15 minutes after you receive the vaccine to ensure you are feeling well.

A vaccination record and an after-care information sheet will be sent home with you. Before you leave the clinic, staff will make an appointment for your second dose of the vaccine.

The health care professional who vaccinates you will use personal protective equipment to get close to you for your vaccination.

Interpreter services are available on site if you do not speak English.

Adults 65 years or older and people of any age who have transportation barriers can use TransHelp, free of charge, to get to their vaccine appointment. You must be eligible to receive the vaccine.

You don't need to be a TransHelp client to use this service.

Call 905-791-1015 at least 48 hours before your appointment to make your booking.

It's important to try and keep your appointment. Cancelling your appointment could result in a vaccine being wasted and someone else missing their opportunity to be vaccinated.

However, if you're feeling unwell on your appointment day, stay home, cancel your appointment, and book for another time.

The following clinics are now open for priority groups.

Peel Public Health clinics

Brampton

Region of Peel main office

10 Peel Centre Drive

Save Max Sports Centre
(formerly Brampton Soccer Centre)

1495 Sandalwood Parkway East

Chris Gibson Arena

125 McLaughlin Road

Caledon

Caledon East Community Complex

6215 Old Church Road, Caledon East

Mississauga

Region of Peel Mississauga office

7120 Hurontario Street

Paramount Fine Foods Centre Sportsplex
Located at the Sportsplex C – C Gate 1

5500 Rose Cherry Place

International Centre

6900 Airport Rd

Trillium Health Partners vaccine clinics

Mississauga Hospital
Trillium Health Partners

100 Queensway West

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University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM) Recreation, Athletics and Wellness Centre

3359 Mississauga Road

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William Osler Health System vaccine clinics

Chinguacousy Wellness Centre

995 Peter Roberston Blvd

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Brampton Civic Hospital
William Osler Health System

2100 Bovaird Drive East

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These clinics will first serve priority groups as identified in Ontario's 3-phase approach to serve the broader community as vaccine supply becomes more readily available.

Planning is underway for other types of clinics such as drive-thru and mobile clinics. We'll also work with primary care providers and pharmacies for vaccine delivery. Updates will be shared when updates become available.

Pharmacies

As of April 1, some pharmacies in Peel are now offering the COVID-19 vaccine. All of these locations will be offering the AstraZeneca vaccine to adults 55 years or older.

Find out what pharmacies in Peel are offering the vaccine. Additional pharmacies will continue to join and increase access points for vaccine across the province.

Primary care providers

Select primary care providers in Peel are offering the COVID-19 vaccine. Appointments are not being taken by request. Do not call your primary care providers to book an appointment. Participating primary care providers will be contacting eligible Ontarians aged 55 or older.

Peel Public Health does not have a list of primary care providers in Peel who are providing vaccinations.