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If you are 12 years of age or older, you are eligible to get your first dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine.
If you received a first dose of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine on or before July 2nd, you are eligible to get your second dose.
Your second dose must occur at minimum, 28 days after your first dose.
If you received a first dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine on or before June 4th, you are eligible to get your second dose of AstraZeneca or an mRNA vaccine.
Your second dose must occur at minimum, 8 weeks (56 days) after your first dose.
The following individuals should receive a second dose at the recommended 28-day dose interval:
- All hospital and acute care staff in frontline roles with COVID-19 patients and/or with a high-risk of exposure to COVID-19, including nurses and personal support workers and those performing aerosol-generating procedures:
- Critical Care Units
- Emergency Departments and Urgent Care Departments
- COVID-19 Medical Units
- Code Blue Teams, rapid response teams
- General internal medicine and other specialists involved in the direct care of COVID-19 positive patients
- All patient-facing health care workers involved in the COVID-19 response:
- COVID-19 Specimen Collection Centers (e.g., Assessment centers, community COVID-19 testing locations)
- Teams supporting outbreak response (e.g., IPAC teams supporting outbreak management, inspectors in the patient environment, redeployed health care workers supporting outbreaks or staffing crisis in congregate living settings)
- COVID-19 vaccine clinics and mobile immunization teams
- Mobile Testing Teams
- COVID-19 Isolation Centers
- COVID-19 Laboratory Services
- Current members of Ontario’s Emergency Medical Assistance Team (EMAT) who may be deployed at any time to support an emergency response
- Medical First Responders
- Firefighters providing medical first response as part of their regular duties
- Police and special constables providing medical first response as part of their regular duties
- Community health care workers serving specialized populations including:
- Needle exchange/syringe programs and supervised consumption and treatment services
- Indigenous health care service providers including but not limited to:
- Aboriginal Health Access Centers, Indigenous Community Health Centers,
- Indigenous Interprofessional Primary Care Teams, and Indigenous Nurse Practitioner-Led Clinics
- Long-term care home and retirement-home health care workers, including nurses and personal support workers and Essential Caregivers
- Individuals working in Community Health Centers serving disproportionally affected communities and/or communities experiencing highest burden of health, social and economic impacts from COVID-19
- Critical health care workers in remote and hard to access communities, e.g., sole practitioner
- Home and community care health care workers, including nurses and personal support workers caring for recipients of chronic homecare and seniors in congregate living facilities or providing hands-on care to COVID-19 patients in the community
- Individuals with malignant disorders and non-hematologic malignant solid tumors that are receiving stable, active treatment (chemotherapy, targeted therapies, immunotherapy), excluding individuals receiving solely hormonal therapy and/or radiation therapy
- Transplant recipients (including solid organ transplants and hematopoietic stem cell transplants)
- Individuals undergoing hemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis
- Individuals who are taking or imminently initiating an anti-CD20 agent (e.g., rituximab, ocrelizumab, ofatumumab)
- Individuals for whom transplant or dialysis initiation is imminent, or whose cancer treatment (excluding solely radiation or hormonal therapy) or anti-CD20 agent therapy, is to be imminently initiated
Patients should discuss the timing of their first and second vaccine dose with their health care provider in order to time the vaccine with any immunosuppressive treatments.
Please contact the Director of Care at the home.
Adults 70+ should receive a second dose at the recommended 28-day dose interval.
You may book an appointment by contacting the booking hotline at 226-773-2200 and indicating that you identify as First Nations, Métis, or Inuit.
This booking service is available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
Due to high call volumes, it may take multiple attempts to speak with a representative.
First Nations, Inuit and Métis perspectives and knowledge sharing on COVID-19 vaccines by Women’s College Hospital, Maad'ookiing Mshkiki – Sharing Medicine
For more information, view the summary of National Advisory Committee on Immunization statement of June 17, 2021, and COVID-19 Vaccine Information for Individuals that received a first dose of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine.
Youth 12-17 years will receive the Pfizer vaccine only at this time.
The decision to mix vaccines from different manufacturers is in alignment with updated guidance from the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) recommendation and supported by the Ontario government, in consultation with the Chief Medical Officer of Health and other health experts. If you have any questions about whether or not a vaccine is right for you, please contact your health care provider.
If you do not have an OHIP (Ontario Health Insurance Plan) card, you can still get a vaccine by presenting another form of a government issued-photo ID such as a driver’s license, passport, Status Card or other provincial health cards.
You do not have to be a Canadian citizen to receive a vaccine if you are a current resident of Windsor-Essex.
Eligible individuals who were vaccinated from out of province or country can register their information through a dedicated and secure Windsor-Essex County Health Unit online registration form. These individuals can now book a second dose appointment for themselves online or by calling 226-773-2200.
How to Get the Vaccine
First and second doses of a COVID-19 vaccine are available for eligible individuals at:
If you have symptoms of COVID-19, you should not attend a vaccination site.
Youth 12-17 years will receive the Pfizer vaccine only at this time.
Mass Vaccination Sites
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Walk-ins and appointments available.
For assistance, call 226-773-2200, available from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and. Sunday. Due to high call volumes, it may take multiple attempts to speak with a representative. Interpretation services are available on the phone.
Due to the interchangeability of mRNA vaccines, you will receive either Pfizer or Moderna at our clinics. Due to vaccine supply, we cannot guarantee a specific mRNA vaccine. Consent for the mRNA vaccine you receive will be reaffirmed/obtained at time of vaccination.
Free parking available. View additional parking information for Devonshire Mall.
Pending vaccine supply, walk-ins available at:
- Libro Credit Union Centre
3295 Meloche Rd, Amherstburg, N9V 2Y8
- Nature Fresh Farms Recreation Centre (former Sherk Centre)
249 Sherk Street, Leamington, N8H 4X7
- Windsor Family Credit Union (WFCU) Centre
8787 McHugh Street, Windsor, N8S 0A1
Hours of Operation:
- Tuesday – Wednesday: 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
- Thursday – Saturday: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Devonshire Mall
3050 Howard Ave, Windsor, N8X 3Y8
Hours of Operation:
- Monday - Sunday: 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Pop-Up Vaccination Clinics
No appointment required.
All pop-up clinics are open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., or until supply lasts.
Week of July 26th
- Tuesday, July 27th at William G. Davis Public School in Windsor - Get directions
- Wednesday, July 28th at Queen Elizabeth Public School in Leamington - Get directions
- Thursday, July 29th at Sainte-Therese French Catholic in Windsor - Get directions
- Friday, July 30th at Assumption College Catholic in Windsor - Get directions
- Saturday, July 31st at Frank W. Begley Public School in Windsor - Get directions
Health cards are
not permitted inside.
Other services available at the pop-up clinic include:
- Social check-ins and virtual group programs
- Connections to safe designated self-isolation centres
- Mask and sanitizer kits
- COVID-19 testing
Pop-up clinics are operated by the Community Response and Stabilization Team (CRST), a partnership between Erie Shores HealthCare and Essex-Windsor EMS. Clinics are also supported by the Canadian Mental Health Association, Windsor-Essex County Health Unit, City of Windsor, and Windsor-Essex Community Health Centre.
Select participating pharmacies are administering COVID-19 vaccines. Contact a participating pharmacy near you.
To cancel or verify your appointment, please contact the pharmacy.
Visit the Government of Ontario website for additional information.
Health Care Providers
Select healthcare providers are administering COVID-19 vaccines. Contact a participating health care provider.
To cancel or verify your appointment, please contact the health care provider.