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COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic Schedule

At this time, Niagara Region Public Health does not have pediatric Pfizer for children aged six months to four years.

Appointments are strongly recommended for all booster doses.

Those who are looking for first and second doses (all ages, including kids) may walk-in. If you prefer to book an appointment for your child's first or second dose, see what you need to know about appointments.

Clinic schedule

Clinics are open 9:30 a.m. - 3:45 p.m. unless noted.

Date Location
Sept. 27 - 28 Niagara Falls
Canada One Outlet Mall
Beside Urban Kids store
Sept. 29

Niagara Falls
Canada One Outlet Mall
Beside Urban Kids store

St. Catharines
Pen Centre
By Stars Menswear, Tim Hortons and Booster Juice
Sept. 30 - Oct. 1 St. Catharines
Pen Centre
By Stars Menswear, Tim Hortons and Booster Juice
Oct. 4 - 5 St. Catharines
Pen Centre
By Stars Menswear, Tim Hortons and Booster Juice
Oct. 6 - 8 Niagara Falls
Canada One Outlet Mall
Beside Urban Kids store
Oct. 11 - 15 Niagara Falls
Canada One Outlet Mall
Beside Urban Kids store
Oct. 18 - 22 Niagara Falls
Canada One Outlet Mall
Beside Urban Kids store
Oct. 25 - 29 Niagara Falls
Canada One Outlet Mall
Beside Urban Kids store

Where to get vaccinated

  • At one of our clinics
  • Participating pharmacies
  • Participating family doctor's offices
  • Participating medical walk-in clinics
  • GO-VAXX buses (by appointment for individuals five years of age and older. Monovalent and bivalent mRNA vaccine available. Accessible options are available at all GO-VAXX bus clinics).

If your organization is interested in having the GO-VAXX bus visit your community, contact GOVAXX@ontario.ca.

About monovalent and bivalent vaccines

Monovalent refers to the original formulation of mRNA vaccine (either Moderna or Pfizer). Monovalent is used for the primary series and for boosters in eligible children up to 17 years of age.

The bivalent booster includes the original formulation as well as protection against Omicron (BA.1 variant). Individuals 18 years of age and older are recommended to receive the bivalent as their fall COVID-19 booster, no matter how many booster doses of vaccine they may have previously had.

About our clinics

  • What you need to know about appointments

    Appointments are preferred.

    How to book an appointment

    To book an appointment at one of our clinics, visit the Provincial COVID-19 vaccination portal or call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1-833-943-3900. If you're trying to book your next dose at a shorter interval than six months, you will need to call. Keep checking the booking site as new appointments continue to be added.

    Stay home if you're sick

    If you answer "yes" to any of these, postpone your COVID-19 vaccination:

    • In the past 24 hours, have you experienced any COVID-19 symptoms, not due to previously known chronic conditions diagnosed by a Health Care Professional?
    • In the past five days has anyone who lives in your household had symptoms of COVID-19 or has tested positive for COVID-19?

    In this scenario, you can still come to your appointment if you don’t currently have any symptoms AND you have either

    • Been positive for COVID-19 in the past 90 days and have completed your isolation period
    • Tested negative on a rapid antigen on the same day as your appointment

    If you had a booked appointment, you can reschedule your appointment online or by calling 1-833-943-3900.

    Eligibility
    If you have questions about eligibility, see get vaccinated and staying up to date, visit one of our clinics or contact our COVID-19 Info-Line.

  • Accommodations for children six months to 17 years of age

    Public Health offers child-friendly vaccination clinics to create a positive experience for children coming to get vaccinated.

    Although privacy or space to lie down may not be an option at all Public Health clinics, clinic staff will do their best to help put your child at ease. Learn more about COVID-19 vaccination in children six months to 17 years of age.

    SickKids COVID-19 Vaccine Consult Service is a by-appointment phone service that provides a safe, judgement-free space to have an open conversation about the COVID-19 vaccine. They offer expert guidance for children, youth and those who are pregnant, breastfeeding or planning to conceive.

  • In-home vaccination

    If you're looking for an in-home vaccination, call the COVID-19 Info-Line to be assessed for eligibility at 905-688-8248, press 7.

  • Getting ready for your vaccination

    See the frequently asked questions in the 'Before going for your vaccine' section.

  • If you don't have a health card

    Those without a health card can get vaccinated.

    Public Health clinic

    To book an appointment, you can either:

    • Fill out our COVID-19 - No Health Card form
    • Call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1-833-943-3900. This booking option is only available for children six months to 11 years of age without a health card.

    Participating pharmacies

    The pharmacist will likely ask you for some type of identification and your birth date. Call your pharmacy if you're uncertain about what you need to bring to your appointment.

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