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COVID-19 vaccine

Peel's vaccine supply is improving and our hospital partners have a limited number of appointments for residents 80 years and older. Supply at Peel Region community clinics remains limited and we’re currently vaccinating high-priority workers.

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Peel Region moves to Grey-Lockdown zone

The Ontario government announced that Peel Region will move to the Grey-Lockdown zone as of March 8, 2021.

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Take care of each other

No matter where you live in Peel, we’re all one community. Take care means doing our part to protect our loved ones and working together to crush COVID-19.

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Other programs and sevices

Protecting yourself and others

How to stay safe when you're with others or out in the community.

Have symptoms or been exposed

What to do if you have symptoms, tested positive or are a close contact of someone with COVID-19.


How to properly self-isolate, what you’ll need and when to come out of self-isolation.

Getting tested for COVID-19

How to know if you should get tested and find testing locations.

Your test results and next steps

How to get your test results and what to do if you test positive, negative, or indeterminate.


Helping businesses and workplaces operate.

Child care

We’re working with providers to deliver safe child care services and online EarlyON programs.


How to stay safe and what to do if there’s a case in the school.

Long term care and retirement homes

Working to ensure government requirements are implemented consistently.

Social support

Mental wellbeing, access to food, support for seniors and other services for vulnerable residents.

Financial support

Help for people, businesses and community organizations.

Community Response Table

Supporting community agencies to respond to the needs of Peel's most vulnerable residents.

COVID-19 in Peel

Our dashboard provides data on cases, outbreaks, vaccine status, as well as other maps and reports.

COVID-19 data in Peel