Local COVID-19 Vaccine Status - Update for July 13, 2021
The vaccine status report will be updated every Tuesday.
86% of individuals 12 plus in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark have first dose – 56% have 2 doses
219,004 doses of vaccine have been administered to residents of Leeds, Grenville and Lanark
Check out our vaccination dashboard – updated every Tuesday
Our vaccine allocations for July are continuing to provide more opportunities for residents to get first and second vaccinations
How to Get Vaccinated
All 12+ are eligible for first doses – it is important to get vaccinated to protect yourself and those around you
All 12+ are eligible to book earlier second dose:
8 weeks after first dose of AstraZeneca
21 days after first dose of Pfizer
28 days after first dose of Moderna
More appointments continue to be available in all areas including community clinics
Walk in vaccinations are becoming more available at all clinics – watch our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram or your local media –share with others when you hear extra doses are available
Book an appointment through the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark online booking portal or call Leeds, Grenville and Lanark Call Centre 1-844-369-1234
Pharmacies have both Moderna and Pfizer – find a participating pharmacy – some out of this area have AstraZeneca
We are also working on a targeted strategy to provide vaccinations at some Leeds, Grenville and Lanark workplaces as well as to other groups
Cancellations, Contingency Lists, and Vaccine Receipts
Submit cancellation requests online to help free up appointments for those who want one
You can also find the contingency list for those who want to try to get their vaccine earlier than a booked appointment.
If you didn’t receive a receipt for your vaccine, you can access a digital copy by logging in with your Ontario Health Card at this website; if you have trouble, send an email to: email@example.com.
Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) and the Ontario Government support ‘mixing vaccines’ or vaccine interchangeability meaning you can receive one vaccine product for your first dose and a different vaccine product for your second dose to complete your two-dose vaccine series.
Moderna and Pfizer are both mRNA vaccines that work in the same way and are considered interchangeable.
Reactions to Vaccines
If you have any unusual symptoms after the vaccine – please report them directly to your health care provider.
Remember it is important to continue to follow precautions if you have one or even two vaccine doses. Check out our Frequently Asked Questions sections on what to do once you are vaccinated.
For more detailed information and FAQs about the vaccine see our webpage: https://healthunit.org/health-information/covid-19/protection/ .