Together with the health system, and our community partners, we're preparing for a mass-roll-out of the COVID-19 vaccine.
Vaccine appointments for 80 years and older
Appointments are currently being offered at:
Brampton – William Osler Health System vaccine clinic
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Mississauga – Trillium Health Partners vaccine clinic
Register for your vaccine appointment
Updates on our progress
- Registration for priority groups continues and they are being contacted directly on how to book appointments.
- Supply at Region of Peel-run community clinics remains limited and is currently being prioritized to high-priority groups.
- Clinics are currently operating in Brampton, Caledon, and Mississauga. As vaccine supply increases, more appointments will become available and hours of operation will be expanded.
Knowing when you'll receive the vaccine
The Ontario government has let us know that Peel will gradually be receiving more vaccines soon. The following direction was given on Phase 1 groups to be offered vaccination, once supply arrives:
- Residents, staff and essential caregivers in any long-term care homes and high-risk retirement homes that haven't received vaccine because of an earlier facility outbreak.
- Hospital patients with confirmed admission to long-term care and retirement homes or other congregate care settings.
- Indigenous adults in northern remote and higher risk communities (on-reserve and urban communities).
- Highest-priority health care workers, followed by very high priority health care workers, as defined and directed by the Ministry of Health. The highest-priority group will be completed first.
We're currently in Phase 1 of Ontario's COVID-19 vaccination program. Only those in priority groups can get vaccinated at this time. Vaccines will be available to the general public in Phase 3. There are currently no general public vaccination wait lists or pre-bookings.