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As of June 2024, HNHU has ceased its Community COVID-19 vaccine clinics.

Participating pharmacies in Haldimand and Norfolk counties will continue administering COVID-19 vaccines for all those six months of age and older who need to initiate or complete a primary series.  

The Ontario Ministry of Health is also recommending that the following individuals may receive an additional booster dose this spring:

  • Adults 65 years of age and older
  • Adult residents of long-term care homes and other congregate settings for seniors
  • Individuals 6 months of age and older who are moderately to severely immunocompromised (due to an underlying condition or treatment)
  • Individuals 55 years of age or older who identify as First Nations, Inuit or Metis and their non-indigenous household members who are 55 years and older
  • Individuals who have not been previously vaccinated.

All others that have had an XBB dose in the fall campaign are considered “one and done” and can wait for the Fall 2024 COVID-19 booster campaign.

Many community pharmacies are offering COVID-19 vaccines. Please see below for pharmacies who have offered the COVID-19 vaccine in Haldimand & Norfolk:

In Haldimand

Name and Location How to Book

Cayuga Pharmacy

18 Talbot Road East, Cayuga

Argyle Medical Pharmacy

250 Argyle Street North, Unit 1, Caledonia

Phone: (289) 768-0076


351 Argyle Street South, Caledonia

Medicine Shoppe Pharmacy

55 Argyle Street North, Caledonia 

Phone: (905) 765-3332 

Hausers Pharmacy

140 Broad Street East, Dunnville

Phone: (905) 774-7331


155 Lock Street East, Dunnville

In Norfolk

Name and Location How to Book

Roulston's Pharmacy

123 King Street, Delhi

Langton Pharmacy

38 Queen Street RR1, Langton

Phone: 519-875-4888

Roulston's Pharmacy

414 Main Street, Port Dover

Willaert Pharmacy

87 Thompson Dr, Port Dover

Phone: (519) 583-3335

Roulston's Pharmacy

65 Donly Drive North, Simcoe

Wal-Mart Pharmacy

160 Queensway E, Simcoe

Tillsonburg Remedy's Rx

400 Simcoe St, Tillsonberg


792 Regional Road #24, Waterford

Waterford Pharmacy and Health Food Ltd

9 Alice Street, Waterford

Phone: (519) 443-0123

Last updated: April 1, 2024


Suggested Interval Between Infection and Vaccination

* As per NACI, vaccination using shorter intervals (i.e. 3 months to < 6 months) following previous vaccination or infection has not been shown to pose a safety risk, though evidence shows that the antibody response is higher with longer intervals between infection and vaccination and with longer intervals between vaccination doses.

The XBB 1.5 COVID-19 vaccine is an updated version of the COVID-19 vaccine. The new formulation offers better protection against newer variants compared to previous COVID-19 vaccines, and in alignment with the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI), it is the recommended formulation for this season.


Individuals 6 months and older may receive a COVID-19 vaccine simultaneously with (i.e., same day), or at any time before or after non-COVID-19 vaccines (including live and non-live vaccines).

There are two exceptions. COVID-19 vaccines should not be co-administered with the Imvamune vaccine (for MPOX) and the Arexvy vaccine for Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV).

For those who received Imvamune: It is recommended to wait at least four weeks before or after administration of an Imvamune vaccine. However, the administration of Imvamune as pre- or post-exposure vaccination should not be delayed in an individual who has recently received a COVID-19 vaccine.

For those who received Arexvy: It is recommended to wait at least two weeks before or after administration of the RSV vaccine.

Ministry of Health of Ontario

Learn about Ontario’s vaccination program to protect us against Covid-19.

VaxFacts Clinic

Scarborough Health Network’s VaxFacts Clinic is the first of its kind in Canada, supporting those nationwide to get the most accurate information about vaccines and treatments for diseases like MPOX and COVID-19, childhood vaccines, flu vaccines, and preventative health counselling.  One-to-one phone consultation with a doctor is available free of charge in a judgment-free conversation in a safe space.

For more information, visit the VaxFacts Clinic website.

Please report your side effects to your family doctor.

It is important to remember that some people may experience side effects from the vaccine, but they will likely be moderate and resolve after a few days. Some of the symptoms are part of the body’s response to developing immunity.

Re-vaccination is recommended with a new COVID-19 vaccine series given the loss of immunity following:

  • hematopoietic stem cell transplant (HSCT)
  • hematopoietic cell transplants (HCT) (autologous or allogeneic) CAR-T-cell therapy

Timing should be determined on a case-by-case basis in consultation with your clinical team:

  • Six months to four years old should get either two doses of the COVID-19 Moderna XBB vaccine or three doses of COVID-19
  • Pfizer XBB vaccine; eight weeks apart
  • Five years and older should get one dose of the updated COVID-19 vaccine.

You may bring a letter to your vaccination appointments highlighting the optimal timing to restart your COVID-19 vaccine series.

Those interested in receiving the Novavax XBB COVID-19 Vaccine, please contact us at [email protected]   

For more information on Novavax, visit the product monograph here. 

Out of Province Vaccine Reporting

Out of Province Vaccine

As per provincial guidelines, individuals who have received a partial or complete COVID-19 vaccine series outside of Ontario or Canada should contact their local public health unit to have their COVID-19 immunization record documented in the provincial database, COVaxON. 

If you are a resident of Haldimand or Norfolk and have received your first, second or all doses outside of Ontario or Canada, please visit: Out of Province Vaccine Submission to enter your out of province doses for validation. Or contact us at [email protected]

Ensuring vaccination information is up-to-date and complete will enable individuals to: 

  • Book a second dose appointment through the provincial booking system, their local public health unit or through participating pharmacies or primary care settings; 
  • Receive an Ontario vaccination receipt; and 
  • Share their COVID-19 immunization records with their healthcare providers

Still have questions about the COVID-19 vaccine for children?