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Vaccination Clinics

Public health vaccination clinics are cancelled. Find out where to get the flu shot. Learn about the COVID-19 vaccination.

Where to Get Vaccinated

You can get most publicly funded (free) vaccines from your health care provider. If you don't have a family doctor, see a list of family physicians in Niagara who are accepting new patients.

Some vaccines are only available by paying a fee. You can get these vaccines from:

  • Health care providers
  • Walk-in clinics
  • Participating pharmacies (with a prescription as required)
  • Travel clinics

The annual flu shot is available at various flu shot clinics in Niagara.

How to Get the Vaccines You Need

Call ahead to see if the vaccine you are looking for is available. If you plan on visiting a pharmacy to get vaccinated, find out if you need a prescription.

Many vaccines needed for post-secondary education, work or travel are not publicly funded. Talk to a health care provider and your health insurance provider for information.

Vaccine Costs

Publicly funded vaccines are free for individuals who meet the publicly funded immunization schedules for Ontario criteria.

To find out if you're eligible, talk to your health care provider or call the Vaccine Preventable Disease program. Learn more about publicly funded immunization schedules by age:

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