UPDATE: For those who don’t have a computer, please call the Mississauga Covid-19 Vaccination hotline: 905 848 7476
Please see here for an updated media release from the Region of Peel for 80+ population: Update on who can get the vaccine and how to register in Peel – Region of Peel.
The details are as follows:
Vaccine supply is improving and Peel’s hospital partners are able to open a limited number of spots in their clinics for vaccination of adults over the age of 80. Residents of Peel that meet this age criteria, based on year of birth (i.e. born 1941 or earlier), can visit the following websites to book in at their clinic of preference. These websites are being made available to speed up the vaccination of this important group in our community and will remain active until a centralized Provincial booking system launches.
Any resident of Peel (including Brampton, Mississauga, and Caledon) born in 1941 or earlier, can visit the following websites to book or pre-register at their clinic of preference. Please note that appointments may be limited due to supply.
· Brampton – William Osler Health System vaccine clinic: Book appointments online using the booking portal (launching this evening March 1, 2021, for appointments starting tomorrow) at https://www.williamoslerhs.ca/patients-and-families/preparing-for-your-visit-or-stay/coronavirus-information-for-patients-families/covid-19-vaccine/
· Mississauga – Trillium Health Partners vaccine clinic: pre-registration for appointments for adults 80+ THP Vaccination Registration (trilliumhealthpartners.ca)
Supply at Region of Peel-run community clinics remains limited and currently being prioritized to high-priority workers. When supply improves, a program to support housebound seniors and online booking for 80+ will be launched at these community clinics, increasing choice and access for the Peel community.
“We continue to ramp up our system here in Peel to deliver more vaccines, every day, to those who need them the most. We’re excited to be able to start vaccinating our community, offering protection to those who are rendered most vulnerable by age. While supply and appointments remain limited, we continue to ask for patience as we begin this journey together. I want to thank all our residents and workers in Peel for your support; if you are eligible, please sign up to get your shot to get protected and support our efforts to keep each other safe and end the pandemic in our community. ” – Dr. Lawrence Loh, Medical Officer of Health, Region of Peel
As Dr. Loh indicates in the quote above, please note that appointment availability and supply are limited at this time but it is expected this will continue to ramp up over the coming weeks.