March Update 2021Published on July 02, 2021
Safe and effective vaccines will help protect us from COVID-19.
The Province has a three-phase distribution plan to ensure we are prepared to receive, store and administer vaccines as soon as they are available. The program is currently in phase one.
Ontario’s online registration system and customer service desk will launch on March 15, 2021, more information is forthcoming.
Adults 80 years and older will be the first able to register a vaccination appointment.
- Adults 75 to 79 years old will be able to register in April 2021
- Adults 70 to 74 years old will be able to register in May 2021
- Adults 65 to 69 years old will be able to register in June 2021
- Adults 60 years and older will be able to register in July 2021
This registration system will continue depending on the availability of vaccines.
Registrants will be asked to input their postal code and will be matched with the closest vaccination site. Over the coming months, more sites are being added to vaccinate as many people as quickly as possible.
For more information, please visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/getting-covid-19-vaccine-ontario
With our support, Region of Waterloo Public Health and Emergency Services is distributing and administering COVID-19 vaccines locally.
Eligible priority groups can now pre-register by visiting https://www.regionofwaterloo.ca/en/health-and-wellness/covid-19-vaccination-pre-registration.aspx# or by calling 519-575-4400.
Eligible priority groups:
- Long-term care and retirement home staff, residents and essential caregivers
- Seniors group setting staff and residents
- Adults 80 years of age and older
- Indigenous adults
- Adults receiving chronic home care