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Who can get the COVID-19 vaccine and how to book your appointment.

COVID-19 vaccine clinics are by appointment. If you’ve booked an appointment but are not eligible, you will not be vaccinated if you come to the clinic. The vaccines are free with no cost to the public.

Appointments for the second dose will be made for you when you receive your first dose. Learn more about the second dose.

Once you've booked, refer to preparing for your appointment for what you'll need to know before coming to the clinic.

Homebound resident vaccine pre-registration

If you’re a Peel resident and cannot physically leave your home to receive the COVID-19 vaccine due to mental, social, physical, or cognitive limitations. Send us an email and we’ll contact you to complete your registration for an in-home appointment.

The following groups are currently eligible to book COVID-19 vaccine appointments. Review booking details and what you'll need to bring to your clinic appointment.

Other information

Residents 18 years or older that live in hot spot communities can book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment at the following clinics.

For Peel postal codes L4T and L6S

BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Complex

Akshar Hall (South Gate)
BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir

61 Claireville Drive, Toronto (map)

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Select workplace clinics

Planning is underway for mobile clinics at workplaces in hot spot communities. At this time, no clinics have been finalized.

What to bring to your appointment

Proof of age (for example an Ontario health card or another form of government issued photo ID like a driver's license, passport, status card, or valid health card from another province). Proof of residency in hot spot (for example a bill or pay stub with your name and postal code).

Workplace clinics may require other items, once they begin.

Elementary and secondary school workers (including educators, custodial, school bus drivers, and administrative staff) who live or work in the following hot spot communities can book a COVID-19 appointment:

  • L4T, L4W, L4X, L4Z
  • L5A, L5B, L5C, L5K, L5L, L5M, L5N, L5R, L5V, L5W
  • L6P, L6R, L6S, L6T, L6V, L6W, L6X, L6Y, L6Z
  • L7A, L7C

Call 1-833-943-3900 to book an appointment

You'll be asked identifying questions such as the school in which they work, or their school board.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Your proof of eligibility form or email, featuring your name and position, provided by the school board or principal
  • Identification (e.g., health card)

Education staff supporting students with complex special education needs in all Peel schools are defined as those who support students who meet one or more of the following criteria:

  • Who require support with activities of daily living, including health and safety measures.
  • Are unable to wear masks for medical reasons.
  • Have complex medical needs.
  • Cannot be accommodated through remote learning.

Call 1-833-943-3900 to book an appointment

You'll be asked identifying questions such as the school in which they work, or their school board.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Your proof of eligibility form or email, featuring your name and position, provided by the school board or principal
  • Identification (e.g., health card)

If you live within any of the following postal codes, you can book an appointment.

  • L4T, L4W, L4X, L4Z
  • L5A, L5B, L5C, L5K, L5L, L5M, L5N, L5R, L5V, L5W
  • L6P, L6R, L6S, L6T, L6V, L6W, L6X, L6Y, L6Z
  • L7A, L7C

Appointments will be booked using Ontario's booking system. Call 1-888-999-6488 for help.

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Appointments can also be booked at a hospital-run clinic in Peel.

What to bring to your appointment

Proof of age - for example an Ontario health card or another form of government issued photo ID like a driver's license, passport, status card, or valid health card from another province.

Appointments will be booked using Ontario's booking system. Call 1-888-999-6488 for help.

Book appointment

Appointments can also be booked at a hospital-run clinic in Peel.

What to bring to your appointment

Proof of age - for example an Ontario health card or another form of government issued photo ID like a driver's license, passport, status card, or valid health card from another province.

First Nations, Inuit, and Métis adults and their household members who are 18 years or older can book appointments.

If you need help booking call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week.

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Appointments can also be booked at a hospital-run clinic in Peel.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Document confirming your date of birth. You must be 18 years of age or older.
  • You'll be asked to confirm that you identify as an Indigenous adult (First Nations, Inuit and Métis) at your appointment.

This group has been contacted directly with instructions on how to get vaccinated. All health care workers, including those working in-person and remotely, have been prioritized to receive their COVID-19 vaccine.

If you need help booking call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week.

Book appointment

Appointments can also be booked at a hospital-run clinic in Peel.

Who's currently eligible

  • Acute care and other hospital settings
  • Paramedicine (including ORNGE)
  • Long-term care homes
  • Retirement homes
  • Personal support workers (PSWs) and nurses providing home and community care services or supports in congregate or community settings
  • Team supporting outbreak response
  • COVID-19 assessment centres
  • COVID-19 vaccine clinics and mobile immunization teams
  • COVID-19 isolation centres
  • COVID-19 labs
  • Mobile testing teams
  • Indigenous health care services
  • Needle exchange services and supervised consumption sites
  • Primary care and community-based physicians and specialists, including their office staff
  • Dentists, dental hygienists, denturists, dental technologists and their office staff
  • Community-based patient-facing workers in pharmacies (including pharmacists, pharmacy technicians, pharmacy assistants and cashiers that are working in the pharmacy dispensary)
  • Patient transfer services
  • Midwives
  • Laboratory services
  • Campus health
  • Community diagnostic imaging
  • Registered dieticians
  • Independent health facilities (opticians, optometry, podiatry, audiology, speech-language pathology, medical and surgical specialties) 
  • Naturopathy and holistic care
  • Social work
  • Sexual health clinics
  • Non-acute rehabilitation and therapy
  • Chiropractic
  • Chronic pain clinics
  • Kinesiology
  • Occupational therapy
  • Physiotherapy
  • Psychiatry
  • Psychology
  • Psychotherapy
  • Registered massage therapy, acupuncture, other therapy
  • Developmental and disability services
  • Mental health and addictions
  • Canadian Blood Services
  • Public health
  • Correctional facilities

High-risk community-based providers serving specialized patient populations

  • Community Health Centres
  • Adult Day Programs
  • Home and Community Care

What to bring to your appointment

  • Government issued photo identification (e.g., driver's license, health card)
  • 1 supporting document that shows you are an active health care worker (ID badge, business card, letter from supervisor on letterhead, pay slip, proof of active membership in a relevant professional college or licensing association, such as CPSO, CDHO).

This group has been contacted directly with instructions on how to get vaccinated. All those included in this group are eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

If you need help booking call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week.

Book appointment

Appointments can also be booked at a hospital-run clinic in Peel.

Who's currently eligible

Active health-affiliated workers, working in-person, are also eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccinations.

  • Firefighters providing medical response
  • Police providing medical first response
  • School-based health care providers (e.g., psychologists, occupational therapists, social workers, speech-language pathologists)
  • Quarantine officers at Toronto Pearson Airport
  • Metrolinx Special Constables
  • TransHelp drivers

Frontline staff working in the following congregate settings

  • Assisted living
  • Seniors congregate settings
  • Residential facilities
  • Hospices and palliative care
  • Shelters
  • Supportive housing

Faith leaders who have regular, in-person close contact with persons and families in the following circumstances have also been prioritized:

  • End of life care
  • Care of the deceased, funerals, bathing, or other ceremony with direct contact with deceased persons
  • Home visits to unwell persons
  • Pastoral care in hospitals, long-term care homes, retirement homes, or other vulnerable settings.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Government issued photo identification (e.g., driver's license, health card)
  • 1 supporting document that shows you are an active health care worker (ID badge, business card, letter from supervisor on letterhead, pay slip, proof of active membership in a relevant professional college or licensing association, such as CPSO, CDHO).

Eligible people with highest and high-risk health conditions, along with one of their caregivers, can receive the vaccine.

If you need help booking call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week.

Book appointment

Appointments can also be booked at a hospital-run clinic in Peel.

Who's currently eligible

  • Organ transplant recipients
  • Hematopoietic stem cell transplant recipients
  • Neurological diseases in which respiratory function may be compromised (motor neuron disease, myasthenia gravis, multiple sclerosis)
  • Haematological malignancy diagnosed less than 1 year
  • Kidney disease eGFR greater than 30
  • Obesity of BMI greater than 40
  • Other treatments causing immunosuppression (chemotherapy, immunity weakening medications)
  • Intellectual or developmental disabilities (Down Syndrome)

What to bring to your appointment

  • Document confirming your date of birth. You must be 18 years of age or older.
  • Inform clinic staff that you have a highest or high risk health condition or are a caregiver of someone that has one.

Adults ages 18 to 59 who are receiving home care can receive the vaccine.

If you need help booking call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week.

Book appointment

Appointments can also be booked at a hospital-run clinic in Peel.

What to bring to your appointment

  • Document confirming your date of birth. You must be 18 years or older.
  • You'll be asked to confirm that you are a recipient of home care.

People eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine can also book an appointment at a hospital-run vaccine clinic in Peel.

William Osler Health System vaccine clinics

  • Brampton Civic Hospital
  • Chinguacousy Wellness Centre

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Trillium Health Partners vaccine clinics

  • Mississauga Hospital
  • University of Toronto Mississauga

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