All Ontarians Aged 18 & Older Can Now Get A Vaccine & Here’s How To Book Yours
Booking has officially begun and there are several ways to do it.
All Ontario adults are now eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine dose several days ahead of schedule, thanks to the early delivery of the vaccine shipment scheduled for the May 24 weekend, the province has announced.
Anyone who is 18 years old or older, as well as those turning 18 in 2021, is invited to book their first dose of a vaccine.
As of May 18 at 8:00 a.m. individuals who are 17 years old and are turning 18 in 2021 will be eligible to book their COVID-19 vaccination appointment for the Pfizer vaccine at select clinics. Find out which clinics are offering vaccines at https://ontario.ca/bookvaccine\u00a0pic.twitter.com/OsOOXMWOXj— Ontario Ministry of Health (@Ontario Ministry of Health) 1621257418
If you're using the provincial booking system, you will first have to fill out some personal details such as your postal code and birth year, and will subsequently be put in a queue to book an appointment.
To make your appointment by phone, you can call the province's booking assistance line at 1-833-943-3900. There's a separate hotline for COVID-19 vaccine information in Ontario, but many questions about eligibility are answered on the government's website.
You can also get your vaccine at one of many participating pharmacies in Ontario, either by booking ahead of time or by walking in. You can find your nearest pharmacy on this list, and contact them before you go.
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