Vaccination clinics for COVID-19

This page will be updated frequently as new information becomes available.

Public Health offers a number of clinics throughout the Sudbury and Manitoulin districts. In addition to Public Health-led clinics, select pharmacy locations and primary care providers also offer vaccination against COVID-19. Check with your local pharmacy or health care provider for more information.

Visit our COVID-19 page for information on symptoms, self-isolation, and where to get tested for COVID-19. Visit our Current status page for information on vaccination data for our area.

Please note that Public Health may occasionally need to cancel clinics due to unforeseen circumstances, including inclement weather events that impact clinic operations. In the event a clinic is cancelled, all clients with a booked appointment will be offered an alternate opportunity. Where feasible, some cancelled clinics will be rescheduled. For regular updates, follow us on social media @PublicHealthSD (Facebook, Twitter).

Get vaccinated and stay up to date

It is important you stay up-to-date with your COVID-19 vaccines to help build long-term protection against COVID-19. In Ontario, for those 6 months to 4 years of age, staying up-to-date means you have completed the initial dose(s) of a COVID-19 vaccine. For those 5 years of age and older, it means completion of a primary series and receipt of a booster (monovalent or bivalent) on or after September 1, 2022. For specific high-risk populations, staying up-to-date means completion of the primary series and receipt of a booster dose within the last 6 months.

The Ontario Ministry of Health continues to recommend that COVID-19 vaccines should be offered to individuals with previous COVID-19 infections. Before proceeding with vaccination after a COVID-19 infection, you should no longer be considered infectious, symptoms of acute illness should be completely resolved, and your isolation period must be completed.

A longer interval between infection and vaccination may result in a better immune response. Individuals 6 months and older who are not considered immunocompromised, and who have not initiated or completed a primary series are recommended to wait at least 2 months (56 days) before receiving a vaccine. For those that are currently eligible to receive a booster dose, the recommended interval between infection and vaccination is 6 months (168 days) being recommended after symptom onset or positive test (if asymptomatic).

Getting your booster dose(s) gives you better protection against severe COVID-19 illness, hospitalization, and death. It’s not too late to get a first dose and additional doses if you haven’t already.

The vaccines are a safe and effective way to protect yourself, your loved ones, and the community from COVID-19.

Learn more about who is currently eligible for vaccination and when to get your COVID-19 booster dose(s).

COVID-19 vaccine clinic dates, locations, and times

Check this section frequently for opportunities.

As a reminder you must not attend a clinic if you have any symptoms of COVID-19 or if you are in isolation due to a COVID-19 exposure. We appreciate everyone’s patience. Learn how to book an appointment.

Public Health clinics for those 5 years of age and older will offer mRNA vaccine products for a primary series vaccination, and booster doses to eligible individuals. Individuals 5 years of age and older will be offered a bivalent vaccine as their booster dose. Please check your eligibility prior to attending one of our clinics.

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How to book an appointment

Appointments can be booked online and by phone. Online booking is a simple and efficient process and helps reduce call volumes. Individuals can also help people who are eligible by booking an appointment on their behalf.

Book online

Visit to book an appointment online.

Book by phone

To book an appointment call 705.522.9200 (toll-free: 1.866.522.9200). The call centre is open Monday to Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. and is closed on statutory holidays.

Request a non-mRNA vaccine

Appointments can be requested for a non-mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (Novavax Nuvaxovid or Janssen) by calling 705.522.9200 (toll-free: 1.866.522.9200). You will need to provide your name and phone number with a representative. You will receive a call back approximately 4 to 5 days before the clinic is being held to schedule an appointment. It is important to note that non-mRNA COVID-19 vaccination opportunities are not readily available.

Pharmacy and primary care

Visit for pharmacy locations and booking information. Some primary care providers also offer vaccination against COVID-19.

This item was last modified on June 2, 2023