The timelines for completing Phase 2 and vaccinating the genberal population in Phase 3 is dependent on several factors awaiting clarification, including vaccine supply from the federal government and uptake which is estimated at 75 percent. The sequencing below can be applied in any vaccine supply scenario.
To help you learn more about Ontario’s vaccination program to protect us against COVID-19, we've put together list of common asked questions. This page is constantly being updated as more information becomes available. If you need further assistance, or would like to suggest an addition to the list below please call us at or send us a message.
Ontario's three-phase plan determines when you get the vaccine. Based on limited supply from the federal government, vaccines are prioritized for those at greatest risk of severe illness and those who care for them.
Please note Halton Region has developed its own vaccination eligibility schedule which does not always align with vaccine eligibility requirements across the province.
Ontario's three-phase vaccination plan prioritizes those at greatest risk of severe illness and those who care for them. The Province's vaccination plan provides vaccines, as recommended by the COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution Task Force in alignment with the National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI).
The NACI provides the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC), an agency of the Government of Canada, with independent, ongoing medical, scientific, and public health advice.
Safe and reliable vaccines can help protect you and your family from .Vaccines are an important tool to help stop the spread of the virus and allow individuals, families and workers to safely resume normal life.
Our supply will not arrive all at once, so distribution will happen in stages. The goal is for everyone in Ontario to be able to get a covid 19 vaccination if they want one, as soon as enough doses are available from manufacturers.