The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit is offering a pathway for people meeting the Highest Risk and High Risk health conditions criteria and certain essential caregivers to schedule their COVID-19 vaccination appointment.
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Eligible residents can now book online or call for an appointment. As of today, adults 60 years and older born in 1961 or earlier will be able to register to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.
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The Windsor-Essex County Health Unit (WECHU) will begin administering the Pfizer BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine to residents of Windsor and Essex County 70 years of age and older, born in 1951 or earlier, at the Libro Credit Union Centre in the Town of Amherstburg.
As of today, adults 75 years and older born in 1946 or earlier will be able to register to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.
Participating pharmacies in the provincial pilot program to vaccinate adults 60 years of age and older starting on Monday.
Nothing changes locally on Monday, even though the Ontario provincial booking system for COVID-19 vaccines is scheduled to launch tomorrow morning at 8 a.m.
Following the guidance of the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) and on the heels of the announcement of the authorization of the single dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine, the province of Ontario is delaying the administration of second doses for those who do not have a scheduled appointment prior to March 11th.