Vaccination Statistics

COVID-19 Vaccine Status Report – Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit – January 4, 2022

For individuals 12 plus, our first dose vaccination rate is 95.8%, fully vaccinated is 93.6% and with a booster the rate is 36.1%.

  • For individuals 5 plus, our first dose vaccination rate is 92.5%, and fully vaccinated rate is 87.2% and for boosters it is 33.6%.

  • Vaccination rate for 5 to 11 is 50.1% with a first dose – that is up from 43% last week

  • As of Jan 2, 2022 a total of 366,948 vaccinations have been administered in the Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit (LGLDHU) region.

  • Our vaccination dashboard has all the details and will be updated again next Tuesday, Jan 11

Vaccination Booking

  • Many community vaccine clinics are full in December and into January

  • LIMITED walk-ins MAY be available at clinics based on vaccine supply and clinic capacity and will be posted on our social media. If you are choosing to wait in line at a clinic, please ensure social distancing is maintained. Priority is given to those with appointments.

  • Our Pfizer-Adult supply is limited and will be prioritized for ages 12-29. Moderna will be the primary vaccine given at clinics for those 30+.

· A list of upcoming clinics is available on our website:

· Check a participating pharmacy here or call your doctor’s office.

Other Vaccine Information

  • If you have symptoms, we advise nyou to cancel your appointment and rebook when your symptoms are gone, and you are feeling well. Whether it is COVID-19 or not, you are fighting an infection and the vaccine may not yield the best response.

  • Even if you have had a COVID-19 infection you still need to be immunized

  • There will be a form available soon for those who need Medical Exemptions. Information will be on our website in the coming weeks.

  • Children turning age 5 in 2022 are eligible to get their COVID-19 vaccine on or after their birthday.

  • Our local Call Centre can provide support for residents who cannot access their COVID-19 vaccine receipt through the Ministry website.

  • For more information on COVID-19 vaccines, visit the COVID-19 Protection and Vaccines section of our website.

4th Dose being given to highest risk

  • A fourth dose will be made available to residents of long-term care homes, retirement homes, Elder Care Lodges and other congregate care settings.

  • Individuals must wait three months, or 84 days, between doses.

  • The province will also be mandating third doses of the COVID-19 vaccine for all staff, students, volunteers, caregivers and support workers in long-term care settings. Workers have until Jan. 28, 2022 to get the booster, if eligible.

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