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Moderna and Pfizer mRNA vaccines are interchangeable for people aged 30 and older, there is no need to cancel or change your appointment if you have already had one or two doses of Pfizer. Due to the Omicron variant, it is important to get a booster shot as soon as you can.
To protect our communities and healthcare system against the rapidly spreading Omicron variant, the Ontario Government has made all Ontarians 18 years and older eligible for a booster shot at a three month interval (84 days) after their second shot.
Options in Lambton County to get your COVID-19 vaccination include community clinics, pharmacies, primary care providers and pop-up clinics at select locations.
Eligibility based on direction from the province:
- Children 5 to 11 years old – first and second dose (appointment required)
- 12 years of age and older – first and second dose (walk-in or by appointment)
- 18 years of age and older – Booster dose eligibility and intervals (appointment required)
What you need:
- Health card or another piece of ID
- Clothing allowing access to your upper arm
If you experience issues with the online registration please contact our Vaccine Call Centre at 226-254-8222.
COMMUNITY CLINIC DATES AND LOCATIONS
Click a location heading to expand the view of clinic options for that location. Appointment availability is confirmed on the vaccine registration portal.
Pharmacy locations and schedule – access details directly from your local pharmacy to determine options that are available.
Current Situation in Lambton
Third/Fourth Dose Eligibility
Third & Fourth doses of COVID-19 vaccine are now available to specific vulnerable populations: Full details: eligibility and registration
Additional Dose Guidance (second, booster, etc.)
- Fact Sheet: Is it ok to mix Moderna and Pfizer vaccines to complete my vaccine series?
- Fact Sheet: A Safe and Effective Second Dose
Children and Youth Vaccination
- COVID-19 Vaccination – Children 5 to 11 years old
- Kids Health First
- COVID-19 vaccine information sheet
- What youth need to know about their COVID-19 vaccine appointment
Two new hospital-based resources have been launched for those in Ontario who have questions about the COVID-19 vaccines.
- Sick Kids: By appointment phone service that provides a safe, judgment free space to have an open conversation about the COVID-19 vaccine for children and youth.
- Scarborough Health Network: Opened an appointment based VaxFacts Clinic to connect Ontarians with qualified doctors to answer questions and provide factual info on the COVID-19 vaccines.
Vaccination Outside of Ontario/Canada
- Lambton residents – Out-of-Province Vaccination Reporting
- COVID-19 Guidance for Individuals Vaccinated outside of Ontario/Canada
- Vaccination Registration; Vaccination Receipt – After you are vaccinated, you can log in to the Ontario Government’s provincial portal to download or print an electronic COVID-19 vaccine receipt (PDF) for each dose you have received.
- After Vaccination – What should I expect after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine?
- Resources – distribution, safety, efficacy vs effectiveness
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- COVID-19 dashboard – weekly update of total immunizations
- Becoming a COVID-19 Vaccine Administrations Site – Information for Health Care Providers
- VIDEO: Kyla Stonefish: An Indigenous Perspective on COVID-19 & Vaccines
- VIDEO: Vaccine Q & A Session with Aamjiwnaang First Nation
Ask a Question
Please review the current Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) posted about COVID-19 vaccinations and recent updates posted on GetTheVaccine.ca and the vaccine registration page. Reducing repeated questions is important to managing our response times.
Submit your questions through the form below and Lambton Public Health will provide a follow up. We also have designated staff available to take your calls related to COVID-19 vaccines in Lambton County. Call 226-254-8222 Monday to Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.