FAQ

1. Who can get a COVID-19 vaccine at pharmacy? 1. Who can get a COVID-19 vaccine at a pharmacy? COVID1. Who can get a COVID-19 vaccine at pharmacy?
Individuals who live, work or study in Ontario or are visiting Ontario from another province / territory or another country may be eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine at a participating pharmacy. Eligibility criteria is expected to change as COVID-19 vaccine supply becomes available. For all vaccine doses, when eligibility is defined by age, individuals must be the respective age of eligibility on the day of the vaccine administration.
Please refer to the ministry website for the most recent Executive Officer Notice entitled “Administration of the Publicly Funded COVID-19 Vaccines in Ontario Pharmacies – Eligibility”.
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3. Which pharmacy can provide me with the COVID-19 vaccine? 3. Which pharmacy can provide me with the COVID-19 vaccine? 3. Which pharmacy can provide me with the COVID-19 vaccine? me3. Which pharmacy can provide me with the COVID-19 vaccine?with3. Which pharmacy can provide me with the COVID-19 vaccine?the3. Which pharmacy can provide me with the COVID-19 vaccine?COVID3. Which pharmacy can provide me with the COVID-19 vaccine? vaccine3. Which pharmacy can provide me with the COVID-19 vaccine?
You can locate a participating pharmacy at this link.
Please call ahead to the pharmacy to find out their booking procedures as some pharmacies may only administer vaccines by pre-booked appointment; while other pharmacies may choose to offer walk-in appointments.
4. What do I need to bring with me the pharmacy get my COVID-19 vaccine? 4. What do I need to bring with me to the pharmacy to get my COVID-19 vaccine? COVID4. What do I need to bring with me the pharmacy get my COVID-19 vaccine?
When you go to the pharmacy, you should provide a valid Ontario health card number. If you do not have an Ontario health card number, you may still receive a publicly funded COVID-19 vaccine using an alternate identification and providing your date of birth and contact information to the pharmacy.

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