Vaccination

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Let’s keep going toward full vaccination of Brampton residents – we are reaching important milestones in the collective fight against COVID-19, including good progress on first and second dose coverage, but we are not done yet.

As of January 7, 87.9% of Peel residents aged 5+ have received at least one dose and 82.1% have received their second dose. Third dose uptake is 26.3% among Peel residents 18+. Data are available on the COVID-19 Vaccine Status tab on our dashboard.

The Region of Peel is now booking vaccine appointments for:

  • children aged 5-11 years
  • first and second doses for those aged 12+
  • adults aged 18+ for their booster dose (approximately 3 months or 84 days after a second dose)
  • fourth dose for eligible residents of long-term care homes, retirement homes, elder care lodges and other congregate care settings (if at least 3 months or 84 days have passed since their third dose)

Visit the COVID-19 vaccination portal or call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1-833-943-3900.


Vaccination Proof for the Public
Provincial regulations require members of the public to show proof of vaccination to enter certain City facilities and access services, including recreation, sports, cultural and entertainment venues. Some exemptions apply. Read more.

Vaccination for Contractors
As part of the COVID-19 Vaccination Administrative Directive, all contractors are required to assign contractor personnel who are fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine series or receive a negative Antigen test result prior to attending City facilities. COVID-19 Vaccination Program Document for Contractors

Vaccination Policy for City Employees
The City of Brampton introduced a COVID-19 vaccination administrative directive. Read the media release here and read the latest update for Recreation Centres.

Vaccine Campaigns
Click here to view the City of Brampton’s vaccine campaign and video to share on social media.

Peel Public Health launched the “Real Peel, Real Voices” campaign that shares authentic and relatable stories from diverse Peel residents and local community leaders as vaccination ambassadors – click here.

Let’s keep going toward full vaccination of Brampton residents – we are reaching important milestones in the collective fight against COVID-19, including good progress on first and second dose coverage, but we are not done yet.

As of January 7, 87.9% of Peel residents aged 5+ have received at least one dose and 82.1% have received their second dose. Third dose uptake is 26.3% among Peel residents 18+. Data are available on the COVID-19 Vaccine Status tab on our dashboard.

The Region of Peel is now booking vaccine appointments for:

  • children aged 5-11 years
  • first and second doses for those aged 12+
  • adults aged 18+ for their booster dose (approximately 3 months or 84 days after a second dose)
  • fourth dose for eligible residents of long-term care homes, retirement homes, elder care lodges and other congregate care settings (if at least 3 months or 84 days have passed since their third dose)

Visit the COVID-19 vaccination portal or call the Provincial Vaccine Contact Centre at 1-833-943-3900.


Vaccination Proof for the Public
Provincial regulations require members of the public to show proof of vaccination to enter certain City facilities and access services, including recreation, sports, cultural and entertainment venues. Some exemptions apply. Read more.

Vaccination for Contractors
As part of the COVID-19 Vaccination Administrative Directive, all contractors are required to assign contractor personnel who are fully vaccinated with a COVID-19 vaccine series or receive a negative Antigen test result prior to attending City facilities. COVID-19 Vaccination Program Document for Contractors

Vaccination Policy for City Employees
The City of Brampton introduced a COVID-19 vaccination administrative directive. Read the media release here and read the latest update for Recreation Centres.

Vaccine Campaigns
Click here to view the City of Brampton’s vaccine campaign and video to share on social media.

Peel Public Health launched the “Real Peel, Real Voices” campaign that shares authentic and relatable stories from diverse Peel residents and local community leaders as vaccination ambassadors – click here.

Page last updated: 09 January 2022, 09:06