Residents in Hamilton who are 60 years of age and older are now eligible to book an appointment to receive a COVID-19 vaccination at www.hamilton.ca/VaccineBooking.
Book your appointment by calling the COVID-19 Hotline (905-974-9848, option 7) only if you:
- Do not have access to the internet or a computer
- Have a red and white health card
- Do not have an Ontario health card
- Are Indigenous
- Want to book an appointment at one of the mobile pop-up clinics
- Are age 50+ and live in the area with postal codes L8W or L9C
Ages 50+ for those in L9C, L8W, L8L, L8N, L9K:
On Friday, April 9, 2021, individuals aged 50 or older in public health units with highly impacted neighbourhood, as identified by postal code, will be eligible to book their vaccine through the provincial booking system. This eligible population can receive a vaccine at any of the city’s large-scale or mobile pop-up vaccination clinics on a by-appointment only, walk-ins are not permitted. Proof of address must be shown when arriving for an appointment. The postal codes that are currently eligible for those adults aged 50+ are as follows:
- Members of the public, who are ages 50+ and live in the eligible postal codes L9C and L8W can book an appointment online using the Provincial booking portal found at www.hamilton.ca/VaccineBooking for a large-scale clinic.
- Members of the public, who are ages 50+ and live in the eligible postal codes L9C, L8W, L8L, L8N and L9K can call the Public Health Services COVID-19 Hotline at 905-974-9848, option 7 for an appointment at a mobile pop-up clinic.
Coming soon: As announced by the Province, education workers who provide direct support to students with special education needs across the province, and all education workers in select hot spot areas, will be eligible to register for vaccination this week. Vaccinations will commence during the April break starting with priority neighborhoods in Toronto and Peel, then rolling out to priority neighborhoods in other hot spot regions, including York, Ottawa, Hamilton, Halton and Durham. This will be followed by a rollout across the province as supply allows.