As of Wednesday, March 3, Halton residents 80 and over can now book their vaccination time with Halton Public Health
Who can book an appointment starting March 3?
Halton residents who are 80 years of age or older (or someone booking on their behalf)
Residents who require booking support can also call 311 for assistance. Please only call if you are unable to book online to ensure those residents requiring support can be assisted.
Residents who are not currently 80 years of age and older, please do not call 311 or visit the online booking system to ensure eligible residents have access.
All appointments are contingent on the availability of vaccine supply.
How do I book an appointment?
Online at https://www.halton.ca/For-Residents/Immunizations-Preventable-Disease/Diseases-Infections/New-Coronavirus/COVID-19-Vaccines/COVID-19-Vaccination-Clinics#book
The booking link on this page is the blue bar. Please review the rules that Halton Public Health Unit have listed on the page.
By telephone to 311 (this is the direct line to access Halton Region services)
Where are vaccinations held?
There are four vaccination clinic sites established by Halton Public Health. They may establish more. Here are the locations in Burlington and Oakville:
St. Volodymyr Cultural Centre, 1280 Dundas Street West, Oakville
Compass Point Bible Church, 1500 Kerns Road, Burlington
What if I need transportation to the vaccination site?
Residents are encouraged to drive or get a ride from a family member or support person.
If you do not have transportation to your vaccination appointments, you can arrange a ride with one of the local service providers listed below. Transportation is free of charge for Halton residents 80 years of age or older.
Oakville United Taxi
Important: Please book your transportation at least 48 hours in advance of your clinic appointment. You will be required to provide your:
- full name
- date, time and location of your vaccination appointment
- if you have a mobility device
- if you are traveling with a support person