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Posted: May 5, 2021

How To Get A Vaccine

There are two vaccination programs at this time:

Mass Vaccination Clinics (Pfizer or Moderna)

Those eligible include:

  • Adults aged 50 and older in 2021 living anywhere in Windsor-Essex
  • Adults aged 18 and older in 2021 living in “hot spot” postal code regions: N8X, N8Y, N9A, N9B, N9C, N8H, or N9Y
  • Pregnant individuals
  • People with the “highest risk”, and “high risk” health conditions
  • Adults aged 40 and older in 2021 with “at risk” health conditions
  • Healthcare workers in the “highest priority”, “very high priority” or “high priority” groups
  • Licenced childcare workers
  • Frontline workers are those that hold public-facing roles or must work in person with other workers in their workplace in order to deliver essential goods or services and where protective measures such as maintaining a physical distance of 2m from others are not always possible.
  • See the province’s eligibility guidefor full definitions of conditions and groups.

Vaccination booking is available at this link:

Or you can call 226-773-2200 (but the Health Unit says the call centre is only for assisting people who can’t use the website and the call centre has the same access to appointments as what’s shown on the website)

Pharmacy Vaccinations (AstraZeneca)

  • Adults aged 40 and older can make an appointment at a participating pharmacy.
  • See the province’s pharmacy list and contact your chosen pharmacy directly to make an appointment:

For more information about vaccines and vaccination locally, visit