On this page you will find information about:

Mass Vaccination Clinics in Brantford/Brant County

Vaccination Clinics in Norfolk County

Pharmacies Administering AstraZeneca

Vaccines for People with High-Risk Health Conditions

The Brant County Appointment Cancelation Waitlist

Essential Workers Who Cannot Work From Home

 

 

Mass Vaccination Clinics in Brantford/Brant

Vaccine Administered: Pfizer or Moderna (varies weekly)

 

50 years +

Book online

People in Brant County who were born in 1971 or earlier can now book an appointment at a mass clinic. To book an appointment, click here.

 

Book by phone

If you cannot book online and you live in Brant County, call (519)753-4937 and press 2 to leave a message. You will receive a call back.

 

Vaccination Clinics in Norfolk County

Vaccine Administered: Uncertain

 

Appointments for eligible individuals can be made by calling 519-427-5903 or emailing vaccine@hnhss.ca

 

To check to see if you are eligible for a vaccine, click here.

 

To book an appointment online, click here.

 

Pharmacies Administering AstraZeneca

Vaccine Administered: AstraZeneca

 

40 years +

 

People 40 years of age and older can now book appointments to get a vaccine at selected pharmacies. Since pharmacies do not have a steady flow of vaccines, you will have to put your name on a waitlist.

 

To locate a pharmacy near you, click here.

 

To register with Shoppers Drug Mart/Zehrs (Brantford, Simcoe, Ancaster), click here.

 

To register with Rexall Pharmacies (Paris, Hamilton), click here.

 

To register with Sobeys Pharmacy (Paris), click here.

 

People with High-Risk Health Conditions

 

The following people are now eligible for a vaccine and should contact their doctor to receive booking information:

- Organ transplant recipients

- Stem cell transplant recipients

- People with blood, bone marrow or lymph node cancers

- People with neurological diseases which compromise respiratory function

- People with kidney disease

- People who are obese 

- People receiving chemotherapy or immunity-weakening medications

- People with intellectual or developmental disabilities (e.g., Down Syndrome)

- People who are pregnant

 

Brant County Appointment Cancellation Waitlist

 

Appointment cancellations and extra vaccine doses are part of a routine clinic process. People who are part of the next cohort eligible to get vaccinated are able to put their names on a waitlist. If an appointment becomes available, you will be contacted and told where and when you can receive a vaccine. These appointments will be made available on very short notice.

Currently, the following people are able to register on the waitlist:

- People born between 1972 and 1976.

To register, click here

- When the page opens, scroll down to this button:

- Click the button and scroll down to enter your contact information.

 

Essential Workers Who Cannot Work From Home

The following groups of people are eligible to receive vaccines. Contact your employer for booking information.

 

- Critical event response workers (police, fire, special constables, childrens aid society workers, emergency management, critical infrastructure restoration workers)

- Enforcement, inspection and compliance workers (by-law enforcement, building inspectors, food inspectors, animal welfare inspectors, border inspection officers, labour inspectors, WSIB field workers)

- Childcare workers

- Foster care agency workers

- Agriculture and farm workers

- Food manufacturers and distributors

- Funeral directors and cemetery workers

- Education workers (teachers, custodians, bus drivers and admin staff)

- Essential and critical retail workers (grocery, foodbank, pharmacy, ServiceOntario, ServiceCanada, Passport Canada, wholesalers and general goods, restaurant, LCBO workers)

- Workers in manufacturing industries directly involved in supporting the COVID-19 response, construction and other facilities at heightened risk for outbreaks

- Social workers and social services staff (youth justice workers, Ontario Works and Ontario Disability Support Program case workers)

- Courts and justice system workers (including probation and parole workers)

- Transportation, warehousing and distribution workers (including public transit workers, truck drivers supporting essential services, marine and rail cargo and maintenance, highway maintenance)

- Electricity (including system operations, generation, transmission, distribution and storage workers)

- Communications infrastructure workers (including cellular, satellite, landline, internet, public safety radio)

- Water and wastewater management workers

- Financial services workers (bank branch staff)

- Veterinarians and veterinary teams

- Waste management workers

- Natural gas and propane gas workers (including compression, storage, transmission and distribution of natural gas and propane)

- Oil and petroleum workers (including petroleum refineries, crude oil and petroleum storage, transmission and distribution, retail sale of fuel)

- Mine workers (including those needed to ensure the continued operation of active mines)

- Uranium processing workers (those working in the refining and conversion of uranium and fabrication of fuel for nuclear power plants)

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