In an effort to increase youth access to COVID-19 vaccines, the Hamilton Public Health Services mobile vaccination team will launch mobile pop-up vaccine clinics in various locations across the city starting this week (June 8).
These eight locations will act as temporary vaccine clinics on the following dates:
- Saltfleet Community Centre, 605 Hwy 8, Stoney Creek – June 8
- Bernie Morelli Recreation Centre, 876 Cannon St. E. – June 8 to 14
- Norman Pinky Lewis Recreation Centre, 192 Wentworth St. N. – June 8, 9, 11
- Ancaster Rotary Centre, 385 Jerseyville Rd W., Ancaster – June 9
- Dundas Community Centre, 29 Market St. S, Dundas – June 10
- Harry Howell Twin-Pad Arena, 27 Hwy 5 W., Flamborough – June 11
- Glanbrook Arena, 4300 Binbrook Rd., Binbrook – June 12, 13
- Sackville Hill Seniors Recreation Centre, 780 Upper Wentworth St. – June 12 to 14
The clinics are appointment-only, and appointments can be booked through the Provincial online booking system or by calling the Provincial call centre at 1-888-999-6488.
The Pfizer vaccine will be offered at the above clinics, currently being the only vaccine that is authorized by Health Canada for use in individuals 12 and older.
“Hamilton’s vaccine strategy for young people is comprehensive to ensure all young people 12 to 17 years of age who want a vaccine, can do so in a location that can meet their needs,” the city says.
To date, 346,960 doses of the COVD-19 vaccine have been administered in Hamilton, with upwards of 65.2% of residents over the age of 18 and 21.7% of youth ages 12+ receiving a vaccine.