Vaccine doses administered so far: 118,306
Number of people completely vaccinated: 47,515
Proportion of local population with at least one dose: 74.7%
Proportion of local population fully vaccinated: 62.0%
With the vaccination rollout covering large portions of the population in Haldimand and Norfolk counties, the COVID-19 vaccination program will begin to ramp-down over the coming weeks.
All residents with a second dose appointment booked for August, September or October who are 28 days past their first dose are being asked to book an appointment at a closer date. Appointments are available in Cayuga, Delhi and in Simcoe and may be booked using the HNHU’s Online Booking Tool.
Additionally, in an effort to provide as many options as possible for first doses, Norfolk General Hospital is now accepting walk-ins for first doses from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily when the clinic is operating. As of July 26, NGH’s Vaccine Clinic will run on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Residents can book into local clinics by going to www.hnhu.org/popup or by calling the Health Unit’s Vaccine Hotline at 519-427-5903.
How to book:
- Residents can book an appointment on the HNHU pop-up clinic booking page at hnhu.org/popup and book online for these appointments using the HNHU booking tool. For assistance booking into a pop-up clinic, please call 519-427-5903. Check back regularly, as pop-ups are always being added at various locations across the community.
- Several local pharmacies are offering Pfizer/Moderna vaccines. Residents can look up nearby participating pharmacies using the province’s lookup tool: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/vaccine-locations.
- If no appointments are available, individuals are encouraged to add their names to the daily standby list at www.hnhu.org/standby
Individuals who are unable to access a vaccination clinic due to transportation barriers are reminded that they may contact [email protected] to request assistance.
For more information on the local vaccine rollout, visit HNHU.org/covax.