Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health has been gradually closing mass vaccination clinics now that the majority of local residents are vaccinated.
- University of Guelph’s mass vaccination clinic closed on Aug. 6
- Linamar’s vaccination clinic closed on Aug. 11
- Clinics in West End Recreation Centre and Centre-Wellington Community Sportsplex closed on Aug. 20.
- WDG Public Health and partners will continue to offer smaller clinics in Guelph, Fergus and Orangeville, as well as pop-up clinics throughout the region into the fall.
For step-by-step instructions for using the COVID-19 Vaccine Appointment Booking System, please visit wdgpublichealth.ca/booking.
- Vaccinations in primary care settings will continue in collaboration with public health units.
- Where specific doctors’ offices are providing vaccines, contact will be made with patients directly.
Individuals who received a first dose from WDG Public Health on or before May 9 should have received an email or text from Public Health with booking instructions. If you were unable to book your appointment online, call 1-844-780-0202.
If you received your first dose through Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health, you should follow the instructions on their website or as provided to you when you received your first injection.
To Print Your Ontario Vaccination Receipt
What if I still have an old white/red non-photo ID health card?
The online portal is not available to people with outdated health cards. You must call the provincial vaccine booking line at 1-833-943-3900.
To Submit Out-of-Province Vaccination Information
This lets you send your out-of-province vaccination documents to WDG Public Health, so they can update your Ontario vaccination record. It may take a few days for it to be reflected on your Ontario Vaccination Receipt