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Niagara Region Public Health vaccination clinics to continue during provincewide state of emergency and stay-at-home orders

The provincewide state of emergency and stay-at-home orders announced by the provincial government went into effect this morning; however, it’s important to note that Niagara Region Public Health COVID-19 vaccination clinics will continue to be open.
 
With the clinic today in Pelham, Public Health has now hosted at least one clinic in all parts of the region. As a result of strong response, all Niagara Region Public Health clinics currently scheduled through April 18 are fully booked. Public Health hopes to add more clinic dates to the provincial booking system in the coming days.
 
There are a number of pharmacies in Niagara currently vaccinating residents 55 years of age and older. Visit the Province of Ontario vaccination locations webpage for a list of pharmacies in Niagara and information on how to book an appointment.
 
Progress in Niagara
  • To date, 96,351 total doses of COVID-19 vaccine have been administered to Niagara residents
  • Niagara will hit a vaccination milestone tomorrow with 100,000 doses administered to Niagara residents
  • Over 90 per cent of our 80+ population is vaccinated
  • Three-quarters of our 75-79 population is now vaccinated
As always, the most up-to-date and timely information about COVID-19 and Public Health vaccination efforts can be found on our vaccination webpage.

Media Inquiries

Kerri Stoakley
Niagara Region Public Health
905-688-8248 ext. 7303
kerri.stoakley@niagararegion.ca


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