Halton residents 60 years and older can book COVID-19 vaccination appointments starting Tuesday April 6th

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April 2nd, 2021


UPDATE:  60 and plus cannot book an appointment until Tuesday. So they should wait to log in then.   65 + and others are currently being registered for appointments available in April. 


Starting Tuesday, April 6, Halton residents who are 60 years of age and older (born in or before 1961) can book an appointment to receive their COVID-19 vaccine at a Halton Region COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic. Appointments are available in April.

To book an appointment CLICK here

“This is another great step forward in our plan to get priority populations vaccinated,” said Halton Regional Chair Gary Carr. “Our six clinics are operating seven days a week to serve our community.    We continue to follow Provincial direction on prioritization and our ability to keep vaccinating at this pace relies on ongoing supply from the Federal and Provincial Governments.”

needle and vaccineHalton Region continues to follow Provincial direction on prioritization and is reminding residents that Public Health does not have the authority to make any exceptions; only those who are eligible can book appointments.

The following groups are currently eligible for vaccination in Halton:

• all Halton residents 60 years of age and older (born in 1961 or earlier);
• Indigenous adults (including First Nations, Métis, and Inuit populations) 55 years of age or older;
• staff and essential caregivers from long-term care or retirement homes in Halton who have not received their first dose;
• health care workers identified as highest priority, very high priority and high priority (providing direct, non-virtual care at least once a week) who live OR work in Halton; and
• adults receiving chronic home care through a Local Health Integration Network or a home care agency.

“While we continue to make progress, vaccine coverage is not yet widespread and many are still susceptible to experiencing severe illness from COVID-19, including the variants of concern,” said Dr. Hamidah Meghani, Halton Region Medical Officer of Health. “As cases continue to rise, we all need to stay focused on protecting our own health, the health of our loved ones, and that of our community. Even if you or someone you know has been partially or fully vaccinated, public health measures like wearing a mask, physical distancing and limiting your close contacts to people you live with are still critical.”

Important information & instructions:

• In addition to the groups that are currently eligible, on Tuesday, April 6, Halton residents who are 60 years of age and older (born in 1961 or earlier) will also be eligible to book a COVID-19 vaccination appointment through Halton’s online booking system.

• While booking online is the fastest way to schedule an appointment, residents can also call 311 if they require booking support. Residents who are not currently eligible to receive the vaccine are asked not to call 311 or visit the online booking system to ensure eligible residents have access.

• Vaccinations are by appointment only (no walk-ins) and must be booked through Halton Region’s online system or through 311. Please do not contact clinics directly. Bookings for Halton residents are not available through the Provincial booking system; residents who access the Provincial booking system will be redirected back to Halton’s system.

• Residents who have already scheduled an appointment for vaccination through Halton Region can now verify their appointment details online, including appointment time, date and location.

• Eligible residents can book appointments at any one of Halton’s six COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics located in Burlington (including Joseph Brant Hospital), Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville (including Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital). Residents are reminded that parking is free at Oakville Trafalgar Memorial Hospital and Joseph Brant Hospital for those with scheduled appointments at these clinics.

• Halton Region continues to offer transportation services to and from appointments for residents who require support, free of charge, including residents 60 years of age and older.

• All appointments are contingent on the availability of vaccine supply.

• To maintain physical distancing and safety measures, please arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment (not earlier) and remember to wear a non-medical mask.


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3 comments to Halton residents 60 years and older can book COVID-19 vaccination appointments starting Tuesday April 6th

  • Penny Hersh

    I had my Pfizer vaccine today at JBH. It worked like a well-oiled machine. My appointment was for 3.20pm, I was out by 3:40pm ( this included the 15 minute wait after the injection). There were 4 doctors going around to the cubicles vaccinating.

    I was asked if I would participate in a survey with Covaxon – Canadian Immunization Research Network and I indicated I would. When I got home there was an email about being involved in this survey. I am more than happy to participate.

    The nurse was asked if all the vaccination spots were filled. We were told that there were no appointments for Monday and Tuesday as yet. This was very disheartening. Where are the people? In order to get herd immunity people need to be vaccinated.

    If the 70 and over group are not getting vaccinated, perhaps it is time to open it up to those 50 and up. Presently it is 65 and up. Better yet school teachers, and restaurant staff, as well as those dealing with the public should be included.

    If people want to get back to some kind of normalcy vaccination is the answer.

  • Carol Gottlob

    When I click on the site, it still says I need to be 65 or older…

    Editor’s note: You can REGISTER on the 6th.

  • S.C. Gardner

    Shoppers drug mart sent an email saying 55 and up can register at 350 pharmacies and doctors office for astrazenaca vaccone