Vaccination clinics for COVID-19

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

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

Protect yourself, get vaccinated!

To ensure maximum protection against COVID-19 and the Delta variant, individuals born in 2009 and earlier should complete their COVID-19 vaccination series of two doses. Individuals should book an appointment, attend a walk-in, pop-up, or mobile clinic for their first or second dose as soon as possible.

Upcoming school year

With the new school year quickly approaching, youth born in 2009 and earlier, i.e. who are or who will turn 12 during the 2021 calendar year, should complete their COVID-19 vaccine series as soon as possible for protection against COVID-19 and the Delta variant. Remember, individuals are considered fully vaccinated two weeks after their second dose.

Learn who is currently eligible.

COVID-19 vaccine clinic dates, locations, and times

Appointments for a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine are available throughout the Sudbury and Manitoulin districts. Walk-in, pop-up, and mobile clinics are also available (no appointment required). We are following Ontario Government’s three-phased vaccination plan (Government of Ontario). We have been working with partners across our service area to set up COVID-19 vaccine clinics that are accessible and inviting.

Check this section frequently for opportunities.

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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 covid-19.ontario.ca/book-vaccine/

Book by phone

Call 705.674.2299 (toll-free: 1.800.708.2505), between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., seven days a week.

Public Health uses two separate systems to book appointments. Some appointments are available through online bookings, while others are available only by calling. If you choose to book online and do not find an appointment, please call us to see if other appointments might be available. By calling our Booking Centre, the agents are able to check all available appointments—those available online and those only available through calling.

Pharmacy and primary care

Visit covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations for pharmacy locations and booking information. Some primary care providers also offer vaccination against COVID-19.

Who can book an appointment?

First dose

Individuals born in 2009 and earlier can book an appointment or attend a walk-in clinic if available for a first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.

Vaccine interchangeability

All vaccines provided in Ontario provide strong protection against COVID-19 and its variants. Interchanging vaccines is safe, effective, and enables more Ontarians to receive their second dose sooner. It is now more important than ever to get your second dose to complete your vaccine series as full vaccination offers the greatest protection.

Second dose

A two-dose vaccine series is important for everyone eligible. The Delta variant can spread more easily and is associated with higher rates of hospitalization, ICU admission and death. The COVID-19 vaccines are effective against Delta, however, there is evidence of reduced protection against symptomatic disease after one dose. This is why everyone who can should get two doses of the vaccine as soon as they are eligible.

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Third dose for select populations

At this time, there are no third doses (boosters) of the COVID-19 vaccine for the general public in Ontario.

The Government of Ontario recommends  a third dose of a COVID-19 vaccine be offered to select vulnerable populations including those who are severely immunocompromised and elderly living in high-risk congregate living settings.

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This item was last modified on September 21, 2021