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Appointment Information

Appointment booking is now open for children six months to under five years of age!

At this time, we ask that face coverings continue to be worn when receiving your vaccine at any of our office or community locations. We are happy to provide one to you upon entry if needed. Thank you for your cooperation. 

Individuals 18 years of age and older are now eligible for a second booster (fourth dose) 140 days after their first booster, or a minimum of 84 days with informed consent.

Dose Calculator

Are you ready for your next dose? Use the Huron Perth Public Health Dose Calculator before booking to find out when you will be able to get your next dose. If you come to a clinic before enough time has passed since your last dose, you will not be able to proceed with the appointment.

Children's Appointments

Children five years and older can get vaccinated at any of our upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinics. Dates, times and locations are listed in our Clinic Schedule, below. You may book an appointment or drop in. 

Children six months to under five years of age need to have an appointment to receive their vaccine for clinics between July 29 and August 5. 

Immunocompromised youth aged 12 to 17 are now eligible to schedule their second booster dose (fifth dose) if at least six months have passed since their first booster (fourth dose).

We understand getting a needle can be scary. In addition to our trained and caring staff and enhanced safety measures, we are happy to offer toys and other strategies to help make getting vaccinated a positive experience.

Be sure to check out our Information for Parents and Caregivers to help you and your child learn more about the vaccine and prepare for a smooth appointment.

 Booking

Appointment booking remains open for those who wish to pre-schedule their appointment.

Book online at Ontario.ca/BookVaccine

or

Book by phone by calling our Call Centre at 1-844-478-1400 or 705-995-3810.

Our Call Centre is open for appointment booking Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

If you have an Ontario green photo health card, red and white health card or a COVID ID, you may also choose to book your appointment by calling the Provincial Booking Line, open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, at 1-833-943-3900.  

Don't have a health card?

Need to cancel or reschedule?

Clinic Schedule

Walk-ins are welcome at clinics for individuals age 5 and older; however, with increased demand for second booster doses, we recommend booking an appointment 

Mattawa

DateLocationTimeAge Group
Tuesday, August 30 Mattawa Golden Age Club 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. All ages 

North Bay

DateLocationTimeAge Group

Thursday, August 11

Elks Lodge

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

All ages

Friday, August 19

Elks Lodge

10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

All ages

Parry Sound

DateLocationTimeAge Group
Tuesday, August 16 Parry Sound Mall 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  All ages 

Sundridge

DateLocationTimeAge Group
Wednesday, August 10 SSJ Arena 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

All ages

 Wednesday, August 24 SSJ Arena 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.  All ages 

Some pharmacies and physicians are offering COVID-19 vaccines. Find a pharmacy and contact them directly to book an appointment, or contact your doctor to see if they are offering the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Help Centre

Booster Dose Information

Visit Ontario's website for booster dose information.

Don’t have a Health Card?

If you do not have a health card (OHIP), talk to a staff member at one of our clinics, our contact our Call Centre: 1-844-478-1400  or 705-995-3810

How do I change, cancel or reschedule an appointment?

If you scheduled an appointment through the provincial online booking system, you can reschedule or cancel:

  • online – go to the confirmation email you got when you booked and follow the instructions
  • by phone - call the Provincial Vaccine Booking Line at 1-833-943-3900 (TTY 1-866-797-0007)

You will need your:

  • health card (information on front and back)
  • postal code

If you booked your appointment through the Health Unit, call 1-844-478-1400.

Can I get the Novavax vaccine?

We recommend eligible individuals receive an mRNA vacine, such as Moderna or Pfizer. However, we will offer the Novavax vaccine to those who meet the following criteria:

  • Are 18 years of age or older
  • Live, work, or attend school in the Nipissing or Parry Sound district
  • Do NOT have a confirmed allergy to any of the vaccine components or its container (the vial stopper is bromobutyl rubber, which is latex free). Please see Health Canada for a full list of vaccine ingredients.   
  • Are not able to receive an mRNA vaccine due to contraindications, or would prefer not to receive an mRNA vaccine.

For more information or to arrange an appointment for Novavax, contact our COVID-19 Call Centre at 1-844-478-1400.

What if I received a dose out-of-province?

If you have only received your first dose and are looking to get your second:

  • Contact the Health Unit Call Centre at 1-844-478-1400 to book an appointment, and tell the call centre agent that you received your first dose out of province.   
  • Please bring an official record of your first dose with you to your second dose appointment. If you don’t have an official record with you, you’ll be asked to schedule another appointment for a later time when you are able to provide official records of your first dose.
  • If you have not received a copy of your official first dose vaccination records, contact the booking system or health care provider you used to book your first dose.

If you have been fully vaccinated and are requesting to have your records added to the provincial database:

 There are several options to report your vaccine received outside of Ontario. You may:

  • Fax a copy of your vaccination record to our confidential fax number: 705-474-9399
  • Submit a copy of your vaccination record to Out of Province COVID-19 Vaccine Uploads Form
  • Mail a copy of your vaccination record to one of the Health Unit office locations
  • Bring your documents to the Health Unit office locations and drop off a copy of your vaccination record.

In order to have a valid proof of vaccination record, it must include:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Vaccine product name
  • Vaccine product lot number

To upload your documents into the provincial database, you will need to provide your Ontario Health Card Number at the time of providing your official vaccine record. While we try to update records within 10 business days, it may take longer due to current volumes. Thank you for your patience!

To prevent fraudulent vaccination receipts from being uploaded into our system, we require an Enhanced Vaccine Certificates (QR code version) from areas that are able to provide one, including U.S.A. CDC cards from the U.S.A will not be accepted.

Still have questions?

Resources for Community Partners

North Bay

345 Oak Street West
705-474-1400

Parry Sound

70 Joseph Street Unit #302
705-746-5801

Burk's Falls

17 Copeland Street (by appointment only)
1-800-563-2808