December 13, 2021
For the week of December 13-19, the Grey Bruce Health Unit will hold vaccine clinics at the following locations and times. Those receiving a third dose and those 5-11 years of age need an appointment. First and second doses for all individuals 12 and over do not require an appointment (walk-in).
Reminder: Those 50+ are eligible to begin booking their booster dose appointments as of Monday December 13, 2021. Appointments must be at least 168 days following your second dose.
Clinic list is subject to change or cancellation with little notice due to weather or other reasons.
Monday, December 13
Tuesday, December 14
Wednesday, December 15
Thursday, December 16
Friday, December 17
For booster doses, all eligible groups must wait 168 days following their second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine in order to be eligible for a third dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. (example: If you got your second dose of your vaccine on June 1st, 2021, you are eligible for a booster dose on November 16th, 2021.
For those aged 5-11, the COVID-19 vaccines should be booked at least 14 days before or after other vaccines. Second doses for this age group MUST BE at least eight weeks after the first dose. Second dose appointments ARE NOT automatically booked when booking your first dose.
For an up to date list of clinics available, please review the Vaccine Schedule
Do not call the Health Unit to try and book an appointment. They are not able to book for you.
Individuals 12 and older still requiring first or second doses, do not need an appointment.
In addition, participating primary care providers and pharmacies may offer the COVID-19 for children and youth.
For detailed information about the Grey Bruce Health Unit’s vaccination process, and booking your vaccine, please review the Health Unit and Provincial website at:
For a current list of all clinics, please visit our weekly Clinic Schedule. Clinics are subject to cancellation due to weather.
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