Alberta is currently in Phase 1: January to March 2021. Exact timelines for Alberta’s phased vaccination program depend on supply.

More information and to book your spot

B.C. is moving into Phase 2 of the COVID-19 Immunization Plan. During this phase approximately 400,000 people will be immunized from March to mid-April, including seniors, Indigenous peoples and people who live and work in independent living.

See more on how to book your appointment

Appointments in Manitoba’s immunization clinics are currently only available to people who meet the eligibility criteria.

Use this calculator to see where you are in the current vaccination priority line https://www.gov.mb.ca/covid19/vaccine/queue-calculator.html

First dose appointments are now available in Winnipeg, Brandon, Thompson and Selkirk.

Please call to make an appointment 1-844-626-8222 (1-844-MAN-VACC).  Daily hours of operation are from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

As of May 1, 2021, the New Brunswick government says it will “soon” have more details to share on how people can register to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

According to the Government of NB website Quarter 1 (December 2020 to April 2021) of the vaccination program includes: Health care and long-term care staff, Long-term care residents and staff, First Nations communities Adults 16+; Individuals aged 85+

Public Health is gathering information to plan the COVID-19 vaccine roll-out throughout the province. You can help by pre-registering if you are an individual 70 Years of age and older here: https://covidvaccine.nlchi.nl.ca/

The Northwest Territories are currently in Phase 2 of the Emerging Wisely Plan. Exact timelines for the Northwest Territories phased vaccination program depend on supply.
More information about booking a spot for vaccination: https://www.nthssa.ca/en/services/coronavirus-disease-covid-19-updates/covid-vaccine

The province’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout is on track, as it expands to include initial pharmacy clinics and community health-care providers.

Four of the 10 community-based vaccination clinics opened for booking in Halifax, Sydney, Truro and New Minas on March 1. These clinics will start immunizing on March 8. Three more community COVID-19 vaccination clinics in Antigonish, Halifax and Yarmouth will also start booking on March 8 for clinics running March 15.

Four pharmacy prototype clinics will launch in the following communities this month:

  • March 9: Halifax Regional Municipality and Shelburne
  • March 16: Port Hawkesbury
  • March 23: Springhill

Learn more: https://novascotia.flow.canimmunize.ca/en/c19vaccine

Nunavut is currently on track with the vaccination process. Exact timelines for Nunavut phased vaccination plan depends on supply.
To book your spot to be vaccinated follow the link below:

https://www.gov.nu.ca/health/information/covid-19-vaccination

Stay updated on the vaccination plan by checking this page.

Ontario’s online portal to book COVID-19 vaccines to launch on March 15, people 80 and over first in line.

Currently, these regions are booking Covid-19 vaccinations for seniors (information from the article by VERONICA APPIA for TORONTO.COM)

York Region

 

Eligible age: 80 years and older

What they require: A health card is not required upon booking, but residents will have to provide proof of age and residence at the time of their appointment.

How to register: Eligible residents can register via the registration page of the York Region Public Health website.

 

Peel

 

Eligible age: 80 years and older

How to register: Residents can register through William Osler’s COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic, or through Trillium Health Partners.

 

Hamilton

 

Eligible age: 85 years and older

How to register: Those who are 85 years and older, live in Hamilton and have received care at a Hamilton hospital or clinic within the last six months will be contacted with an appointment starting March 1.

Those 85 years and older who have not been to a Hamilton hospital or clinic within the past six months can phone Hamilton Public Health to book an appointment at 905-974-9848, option 7.

 

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph

 

Eligible age: 80 years and older

What they require: In order to book, residents will be required to provide contact information and a home address; a phone number; and an email address.

How to register: Eligible residents can register via the registration page of the Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health website.

 

Waterloo

 

Eligible age: 80 years and older

What they require: In order to preregister, residents will be required to provide contact information, including an address and phone number, an email address and their priority group (adults 80-plus).

How to register: Eligible residents can register via the registration page of the Waterloo Region Public Health website.

 

Simcoe-Muskoka

 

Eligible age: 85 years and older

How to register: Eligible residents can register via the registration page of the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit website.

 

Ottawa

 

Eligible age: 80 years and older

These individuals must be residents of one of the following neighbourhoods: Emerald Woods, Heatherington, Ledbury, Heron Gate, Ridgemont, Riverview or Sawmill Creek.

What they require: In order to receive the vaccination, residents will need to provide an OHIP card or proof of age and proof of address. As well, they will be required to complete the COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Consent Form.

How to register: Residents can register by calling Ottawa Public Health at 613-691-5505.

 

Brant

 

Eligible age: 80 years and older

What they require: On the day of their appointment, residents will be required to bring their health card or another type of government-issued photo identification, their immunization record, any assistive devices, a mask and a support person (if required).

How to register: Eligible residents can register via the registration page of the Brant County Health Unit website.

 

Windsor-Essex

 

Eligible age: 80 years and older

What they require: To preregister, residents will need to provide contact information, their address, a phone number and a health card number if they have one.

On the day of their appointment, residents will be required to bring their health card or another type of government-issued photo identification, a completed COVID-19 Vaccine Screening and Consent Form, a mask, any assistive devices needed and a support person if required.

How to register: Eligible residents can register via the registration page of the Windsor-Essex Country Health Unit website.

 

Chatham-Kent

 

Eligible age: 80 years and older

How to register: Chatham-Kent Public Health‘s vaccination phone line will be open at 519-351-1010 from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Those with a last name beginning with A through M, can call Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Those with a last name beginning with N through Z, can call Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday.

In Prince Edward Island, COVID-19 vaccine is being rolled-out to Islanders in three stages.

Starting now seniors aged 80 years and older are eligible to make an appointment to receive their vaccine.

Starting February 24, 2021, Islanders 80 years of age and older can use the online platform (in the link below) to book their appointment. Alternately, they can call the 1-844-975-3303 to book their appointment to receive their vaccine.

Book: https://pe.skipthewaitingroom.com/walk-in-clinic-provider/covid-vaccination-clinic

Throughout Québec, people int priority groups can make appointments to get vaccinated. The planned order of vaccination in your region must be followed.

Here’s how to book: https://www.quebec.ca/en/health/health-issues/a-z/2019-coronavirus/progress-of-the-covid-19-vaccination/

Phase 1 is currently underway for high-risk populations, such as people of advanced age, residents and staff in long-term and personal care homes, health care workers in emergency departments, COVID-19 units, testing and assessment centres, intensive care units and other high-risk settings.  This phase also includes residents over 50 living in northern remote communities and those over 70 living in the community as vaccine is available.

People 70 years old+ living independently in the community will receive information on COVID-19 vaccination appointments in their area through direct contact by phone/letter, whenever possible. There is no sign up sheet or need to call at this time.

Phase 2 could get underway as early as April, but will depend on vaccine supplies.  Vaccinations will be available through a variety of options including, mass immunization clinics, walk-in and drive-thru clinics, public health clinics and community-based options such as pharmacies.

Information will be publicly shared to let you know when it’s your turn to be vaccinated, how to register for an appointment, the different types of clinics available and how to find the closest clinics to you.  Appointments will be able to be booked online at www.saskatchewan.ca or through HealthLine 811 when phase two begins.

 

https://www.saskatchewan.ca/covid19-vaccine

The Yukon is currently in Phase 3 of Yukon’s COVID-19 Forward plan. Exact timelines for the Yukon Territory phased vaccination plan depends on supply.
To book your vaccination spot follow the link below:

https://yukon.ca/en/this-is-our-shot