COVID-19 vaccines now available at clinics to Ontario residents 70 and older

The following is a press release from KFLA Public Health:

The provincial online vaccine booking tool will be available on Monday, March 29 to register adults 70 years of age and older (born 1951 or earlier).  Booking online offers the fastest access to available clinic appointments.

  • Eligible individuals with a green photo health card can schedule their first and second vaccination appointments by visiting:
  • If you require assistance with booking or have a red and white health card, call: 1-888-999-6488, open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • If you do not have a health card, phone number, or email address, please call 343-477-0172 (only KFL&A residents); open Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Please do not call KFL&A Public Health’s main line to book an appointment.

As KFL&A Public Health and community partners continue to offer COVID-19 vaccine to eligible groups, all residents are asked to be patient. If you are not yet eligible, consider assisting family and friends who are eligible, especially adults who are 70 years of age by the end of 2021 or older who may not have online access or be comfortable booking online appointments.

Eligible adults may pre-register for a standby list for extra doses of the COVID-19 vaccine that may become available due to missed appointments, please visit the vaccine webpage to complete the form.

The provincial online appointment system will be the most efficient way to book a COVID-19 vaccine clinic appointment, followed by the provincial telephone line. Please do not attend COVID-19 vaccine clinics without an appointment.  Vaccines will only be given to those who have an appointment. We appreciate your cooperation to help ensure local vaccine clinics can operate efficiently and effectively.

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