On September 1, the Ontario Government announced a new vaccine passport policy which will require all residents to provide proof of their vaccination status by September 22 for certain businesses and settings. Requiring proof of vaccination in these settings reduces the risk, and is an important step to encourage all eligible Ontarians to get their shot which is critical in protecting the Province’s hospital capacity and supporting businesses with the tools they need to keep customers safe, stay open and minimize disruptions.
Individuals have two options to obtain their vaccine receipts:
- Go to the Provincial Portal and follow the steps to download vaccination receipts directly.
- Lambton County Library: Residents who need assistance downloading and/or printing copies of their vaccine receipts may visit a library location of their choice, free of charge.
What do you need?
In order to access vaccination receipts, residents must have:
- A green photo health card (you will need the numbers from the front and back of the card, expired cards will be accepted)
- Your date of birth
- Your postal code that is associated with your health card
If you have a red/white health card or no health card, please contact Lambton Public Health for assistance.
Each of the 25 local library locations offer computer access, Wi-Fi use and space for academic study/research. While an appointment is preferred, some walk-ins will be accommodated as space and time allow.
To make an appointment please contact the library you would like to visit directly during its hours of operation or the central booking line toll free at 1-866-324-6912 (ext. 5900).