Registration for 4th and 5th doses of COVID-19 vaccine for eligible groups is now open.
- A reminder to help older adults in your family and community to access the COVID-19 booster vaccination when they become eligible. The booster dose may safely improve the protection it provides to the individual in order to reduce the severity of COVID-19 disease.
- Eligibility for individuals 60+ should be opening at this time and as we move into May.
- Please book your appointment online. If you need assistance, contact us through our Vaccine Call Centre.
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A full series of the COVID-19 vaccine is safe and effective at protecting individuals against severe COVID-19 infection resulting in hospitalization and death. Eligible to all individuals 5 years of age and older. Additional details are provided below to help individuals maintain their protection through vaccination boosters.
With fewer public health measures in place, there is more emphasis on things that we can do. Get vaccinated, continue basic actions (stay home when sick and handwash) to reduce the spread, know your risk, and wear a mask when required or when it makes sense for you to add another layer of protection.
Where to Get Vaccinated
The booking system reflects a 30-day window of appointments. Additional appointments are added to the booking system so please check back often when you are eligible and the window to book an appointment is open. Access to the COVID-19 vaccine is available through scheduled clinics, participating pharmacies and select primary care providers.
Free Transportation to Vaccine Sites
Need help getting to a local vaccination site? The Canadian Red Cross and Lambton Elderly Outreach (LEO) are offering FREE transportation to any vaccination site to individuals aged 50+ or those of any age with disabilities who do not have access to a vehicle, public transit or another form of transportation. If interested, please call LEO at 519-845-1353 (extension 360) or the Canadian Red Cross at 519-332-6380.
Who Can Get Vaccinated
- a family member, friend or someone whose medical care and appointments you manage
Access the COVID-19 Vaccine Eligibility section of the website for current information.
Vaccine Receipts and Reporting
- This may be required to access certain settings or for travel
- If you require assistance please contact us – 519-383-8331, toll-free at 1-800-667-1839
- Residents may also download/print their receipts at Lambton County Libraries, free of charge.
If you get a COVID-19 vaccine outside of Ontario, you should register it so you can:
- book a second or booster dose (if needed) in Ontario
- be contacted if there is any clinical guidance about the vaccine you got
- obtain an enhanced vaccination certificate with QR code that may be required to access certain settings or for travel purposes
Children and Youth Vaccination
- Kids Health First
- COVID-19 Vaccination – Children 5 to 11 years old
- COVID-19 Vaccine Information Sheet: For Children (age 5-11)
- COVID-19 Vaccine Information Sheet (age 12+)
- What youth need to know about their COVID-19 vaccine appointment
- 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. You can also call us.