Algoma Public Health
Vaccine clinics in Algoma
Safe and effective vaccines will help protect us against COVID-19.
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If you have questions specifically related to the vaccine itself you can call Ontario’s Vaccine Information phone line: 1-888-999-6488
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1st & 2nd Dose
Ages 5 - 11
- Children five years of age at time of immunization and older can receive their first pediatric (10 micrograms) dose of the Pfizer vaccine
- Children aged 5 to 11 who received their first pediatric dose of Pfizer more than 56 days (8 weeks) ago can receive their second pediatric (10 micrograms) dose
Ages 12 - 29
- Individuals 12 years of age at time of immunization and older can receive their first dose (30 micrograms) of the Pfizer vaccine
- Individuals aged 12 and older who received their first dose of the Pfizer vaccine more than 56 days (8 weeks) ago can receive their second (30 micrograms) dose
- Everyone aged 30 and over can receive either Pfizer or Moderna for both first and second doses with at least 28 days between immunizations. These 2 mRNA vaccines can be safely interchanged.
Booster (3rd) Dose
The following population will be able to book an appointment for their booster (3rd) dose:
- Ages 12 - 17 (168 days after the 2nd dose)
- Ages 18+ (84 days after the 2nd dose)
Booster (4th) Dose
The following population will be able to book an appointment for their booster (4th) dose:
- Ages 60+ (140 days after the 3rd dose)
- First Nation, Métis and Inuit individuals and their household members aged 18+ (140 days after the 3rd dose)
Some individuals who are immunocompromised can get a fourth dose (booster) three months (84 days) after completion of the three-dose primary series.
140 days ago was: December 29, 2021