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Post Updated on Apr. 8 at 10:30am. 

Anyone who wants to be vaccinated for COVID-19 will receive their opportunity to be vaccinated – there will be enough vaccine for everyone. And remember, once eligible, always eligible. If you do not see your age group or demographic identified in this post, your turn to be vaccinated will occur in a future phase of the Ontario vaccination program. Learn more here.

At this time, please do not call the Grand Bend Area Community Health Centre (GBACHC) or a pharmacy to be put on a wait list for the vaccine. The enthusiasm and patience of those eager to received the COVID-19 vaccine is appreciated.

Lambton Public Health pre-registration is open for eligible groups click here to view eligible groups and to pre-register or call 519-383-8331.

Huron-Perth residents who meet the current eligibility criteria – click here to view eligible groups – may now book an appointment for a vaccination here: https://www.hpph.ca/en/health-matters/covid-19-vaccine-booking-appointments.aspx or call 1-833-753-2098. Please consider booking online as phone volume will be high. To hear the regularly updated Huron-Perth vaccination status message, call 1-888-221-2133 and press “1” for COVID VACCINE. Accessible rides and assistance to book an online appointment are available through the Community Support Services Network at 1-844-482-7800.

The map below shows the Lambton-Huron border. Areas within the blue line are in Lambton County – areas outside the blue line are in Huron County.

Lambton-Huron Border

For GBACHC patients/clients who have received the vaccine, please forward your vaccination receipt email to moa@gbchc.com. The information will be entered into your medical record.

As vaccinations roll out, it is important to continue following all public health measures: wash your hands often, avoid close contact with people who are not part of your household, maintain two metres of physical distance from others, wear a mask in indoor public spaces, and stay home when you are sick.