Who Can Get Vaccinated & When
Both COVID-19 and Influenza vaccine appointments will be made available to the general population beginning Monday, Oct. 30.
COVID-19 and Influenza vaccines are safe to be administered at the same time, reducing the need for multiple visits to a doctor, nurse practitioner or local pharmacy. When booking a COVID-19 vaccination, you can choose to book a flu shot at the same time.
Need more information?
For more information about COVID-19 vaccines and eligibility visit Ontario Ministry of Health COVID-19 Vaccines. To learn more about the flu shot, visit Influenza in Lambton County.
Where to get vaccinated:
Please visit a participating pharmacy, or your health care provider, or contact Lambton Public Health (LPH) to register for a community clinic. A limited number of LPH appointments will be available as we continue to support high-risk individuals. Clinic dates and times will be updated on our clinics page as they are made available.
Appointments can be booked online. If you have trouble booking online, you may call LPH’s Vaccine Call Centre at 226-254-8222.
Vaccine Receipts and Reporting
You can download your vaccine certificate from Ontario’s vaccination portal. If you do not have a computer or need help, call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1-833-943-3900 to request a copy of your vaccine certificate by email or mail. Residents may also download/print their receipts at Lambton County Library locations free of charge.
Individuals who have received COVID-19 vaccines outside of Ontario or Canada should contact their local public health unit to have their COVID-19 immunization record documented in COVaxON. Proof of immunization (e.g., an immunization record, proof of vaccination certificate) is required to verify the COVID-19 vaccine product received out of province.
To report out-of-province COVID-19 vaccines, please visit GetTheVaccine.ca to submit online.
For assistance, contact Lambton Public Health’s Vaccine Call Centre at 226-254-8222.