COVID-19 Vaccines: One Step Closer

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What will you be One Step Closer to?

Every time someone gets a dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, we all become one step closer to being with family and friends, seeing new and familiar places, and doing activities we enjoyed before the pandemic - and being able to do them without any restrictions. That glorious day will come, but we must continue working together (while apart) by following public health measures and getting fully vaccinated against COVID-19 as soon as possible. It's been a long ride and we're all tired; but, we're almost there!

À chaque fois que quelqu’un reçoit une dose du vaccin contre la COVID-19, on s’approche tous et toutes d’être avec notre famille et nos amis, de voir de nouveaux endroits et des endroits familiers ainsi que de faire des activités d’avant la pandémie – et ce sans restrictions. Ce jour viendra, mais nous devons travailler ensemble pour suivre les mesures de santé publique et en se faisant vacciner contre la COVID-19 le plus rapidement possible. Le trajet a été long et nous sommes tous et toutes fatigués mais nous y sommes presque!

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How Close Are We...

...Locally

More than 70 per cent of residents in our Health Unit district have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Learn more about the doses received in our district by clicking on the Vaccinations tab in the COVID-19 Status Report. 

Vaccine Strategy Playbook

The Health Unit has put together a Vaccine Strategy Playbook to assist in guiding the planning and rollout of the COVID-19 vaccines. This document serves a framework on which to build our vaccination plans in our district; however, it is not static and will be continuously updated as changes are made by the Ministry of Health to the priority groups, changes in vaccine supply, and the number of individuals included in each group.  

View our Vaccine Strategy Playbook

...Provincially

In Ontario, the Roadmap to Reopen outlines three steps, in which public health measures will gradually be relaxed. In order to get to each step in reopening, a certain percentage of Ontarians must receive their first dose, and another percentage must have their second dose. The province must also see positive trends in other key public health and health system indicators (ie. lower daily case numbers, less strain on hospital capacity). Ontario is currently working towards Step 1.

 To get beyond Step 3 of the Roadmap, more Ontarians will need to have received both doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

...On a National Level

Frequently Asked Questions

Visit our COVID-19 Vaccine and Vaccination FAQ Page for information on the COVID-19 vaccine, getting vaccinated, side effects and more. 

Book Your Appointment 

What are you waiting for? Get One Step Closer to doing what you love. Book your appointment

Anyone 12 years of age or older in our Health Unit district is now eligible for an appointment.

Join the Campaign / Joignez-vous à la campagne 

Take an Extra Step Closer by joining the campaign! Save and share the materials below with your networks, and when you get your vaccine, take a picture by the big yellow banner and share it on social media with #OneStepCloser.

Prenez un pas de plus pour vous rapprocher  en joignant la campagne! Sauvegardez et partagez les matériaux promotionnels avec vos réseaux. De plus, prenez une photo devant la grande bannière jaune lorsque vous recevez votre vaccin et partagez-la sur les réseaux sociaux avec le mot-clic #Onsapproche 

 Social Media Materials / Le matériel pour les réseaux sociaux 

Videos

Share the campaign videos from our YouTube Channel.

Facebook and Instagram Images

One Step Closer to... / Je m'approche...

Twitter Images 

One Step Closer to... / Je m'approche...

 Print Materials / Le matériel à imprimer 

Posters 

One Step Closer to... / Je m'approche...

More Information

 

 

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