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How to book your first or second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

Ontario-wide Pfizer shipment delay

As of June 21, all Peel Public Health clinics will move to offer Moderna for all vaccine appointments booked by adults 18 years or older. This temporary change will last until at least June 24. Moderna and Pfizer mRNA vaccines are interchangeable and it’s safe to mix doses.

We encourage you to keep your vaccine appointment as we cannot guarantee when Pfizer will be available as this is an Ontario-wide issue. Get more details about the Pfizer shipment delay.

The vaccines are free with no cost to the public.

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

First dose appointments

Anyone who lives, works, or attends school in Peel and is 12 years or older can book their first dose appointment.

You will need to bring proof of age with you to the appointment. Examples include an Ontario health card, or another form of government issued photo ID like a driver's license, passport, or birth certificate.

Youth 12 to 17 years of age

You must be 12 years or older at the time of your vaccine appointment. You will receive the Pfizer vaccine. This is currently the only COVID-19 vaccine authorized for ages 12 and older.

Vaccine stand-by list

At the end of the day, there may be a few doses of the COVID-19 vaccine left at clinics. If you're currently eligible to receive the vaccine you can join the stand-by list each week.

Find out how the list works.

Children 12 years or older can give consent on their own behalf. By providing consent they are agreeing to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Get details about COVID-19 vaccines for children including providing consent, and helping your child prepare for the appointment.

A parent is welcome to attend the clinic with their child.

Second dose appointments

Adults 70 years or older, individuals who received Pfizer or Moderna on or before May 9, Indigenous residents and their household members, and other eligible groups can book or reschedule their second dose for an earlier date. Get second dose booking details.

As of June 23 at 8 a.m., Peel residents who received their first dose of Pfizer or Moderna on or before May 30 will be able to book or reschedule their second dose for an earlier date.

If your first dose was AstraZeneca find out how to book your second dose.

Book your appointment

Appointments can be booked in the following ways. Review booking details for each.

Other information

Vaccine appointments can be booked at any of our vaccine clinics.

Book appointment

Call Ontario's vaccine booking line at 1-833-943-3900 (TTY 1-866-797-0007) if you need help.

We continue to make changes to our clinic operations to match the vaccine supply received from the province. Our residents will continue to have access to vaccines through a variety of clinics.

Vaccine clinic locator map

Use our map to find a clinic or pharmacy locations closest to you. Get booking details for each location, and help planning your trip.

Access the vaccine clinic locator

Brampton

Region of Peel main office
10 Peel Centre Drive

Save Max Sports Centre (formerly Brampton Soccer Centre)
1495 Sandalwood Parkway East

Caledon

Caledon East Community Complex
6215 Old Church Road, Caledon East

Mississauga

Region of Peel Mississauga office
7120 Hurontario Street

Paramount Fine Foods Centre - Located at the Sportsplex C – C Gate 1
5500 Rose Cherry Place

International Centre
6900 Airport Rd

Vaccine doses received outside of Ontario

If you received your first COVID-19 vaccine dose outside of Ontario and you want your second dose booked at a Peel Public Health vaccine clinic, call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week to book your appointment. You’ll be asked to provide information about your first vaccine when booking your second dose appointment.

When you arrive for your second dose appointment, clinic staff will review your record with you and enter it into Ontario’s system. This will ensure that you can receive a second COVID-19 vaccine. Once confirmed you will be vaccinated.

Remember to bring the official record of your first dose vaccination with you to your appointment. You will not be eligible to receive your second dose without this receipt.

You will also need to bring proof of identification with you to the appointment. Examples include an Ontario health card, or another form of government issued photo ID like a driver's license or passport, or birth certificate.

If a second or both doses were received outside Ontario

At this time, you do not need to report proof of a second dose or both doses received outside Ontario to Peel Public Health. Hold on to your COVID-19 vaccination records for now in case if you need to report them in the future.

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
  • Century Gardens Recreation Centre

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Trillium Health Partners vaccine clinics

  • Mississauga Hospital
  • University of Toronto Mississauga

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Pharmacies

Individuals 12 years and older can get the vaccine at pharmacies that offer Pfizer and adults 18 years or older can book an appointment for the COVID-19 vaccine at pharmacies that offer Moderna.

Each pharmacy will provide details about what vaccines are being offered at their location. Ask your participating pharmacy if walk-ins are accepted.

Second doses are being offered at some pharmacies for adults 70 years or older, and those who received Pfizer or Moderna on or before May 9. Some pharmacies are also offering AstraZeneca for second doses.

Find a pharmacy location

Primary care providers

Participating primary care providers are vaccinating eligible individuals 12 years or older at the time of their vaccine appointment. Second doses are being offered at some providers for adults 70 years or older, and those who received Pfizer or Moderna on or before May 9.

Find a primary care provider

If you identify as Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit and Métis), or are a household member of someone who identifies as Indigenous, and you're 12 years or older, you can book a first dose at a Peel Public Health vaccine clinic through Ontario's vaccine booking system or by calling 1-833-943-3900 (TTY 1-866-797-0007).

Find out how to book or reschedule your second dose for an earlier date.

Homebound residents are people who live in Peel and cannot physically leave their home to receive the vaccine. This could be due to medical, social, or other cognitive reasons. Complete the form and we'll contact you to book your appointment.

You do not need to book an appointment at this time.

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