42% of Halton residents have had at least one vaccination dose

News 100 redBy Staff

May 7th, 2021



As of Thursday, May 6, 2021, 218,614 doses have been administered in Halton to priority populations identified by the Province.

This represents about 42 per cent of Halton’s population who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.

The vaccination status dashboard on the Region’s web site –  www.halton.ca/COVIDvaccines  – is updated Monday to Friday between 12 and 2 p.m.

Information on eligible residents and appointment dates is set out below.


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4 comments to 42% of Halton residents have had at least one vaccination dose

  • Walter

    With the current amount of vaccines arriving weekly, 4 months could easily be shortened

  • Penny Hersh

    The decision to delay the second dose has nothing to do with science. It has everything to do with failure to procure sufficient vaccine.

    • Phillip Wooster

      Very true–what people need to realize is that if only one dose is largely ineffective against the variants, there is no chance for herd immunity. And what we don’t know is whether that second shot will be effective after a 4 month delay–I believe it is likely we’ll have to start the whole process over again from scratch. What I find astounding is that everyone is blaming Doug Ford while the real scoundrel in this fiasco is sitting in Ottawa–the Teflon Prince.

  • Phillip Wooster

    Don’t feel too safe with only one dose. The early results from Qatar show that only one dose of Pfizer is only marginally effective against the variants: https://www.cp24.com/news/early-efficacy-of-first-pfizer-covid-19-shot-in-new-study-doesn-t-disprove-canada-s-dosing-strategy-author-1.5416538

    This early one dose strategy would suggest the federal government’s decision to delay the second dose is certainly not the smartest decision.