Information for Prince Edward County
Due to an increased demand at the vaccination centre we will be suspending the walk-in option and require appointments. Note 84 days must pass to qualify for booster unless otherwise documented by a physician. All other requirements are necessary.
Calendar of upcoming local clinics available here: Calendar Of Events | pefht.ca
If you are unable to book online through the Ontario portal for dates selected in Picton, the clinic is already full and won't show up. Keep trying, they may add more time slots. On the Ontario booking site, try back closer to the dates preferred.
If you have a booked appointment - please do not arrive more than 20 minutes ahead of time, or be prepared to wait.
We understand people are anxious to get their shots and we are trying to get as many people through the clinic as possible but we are a small community and have limited resources.
We are doing a number of things to help get more people through our clinic as quickly as possible, but we also need people to work with us on this.
We have increased our staffing by 25 % to try to move people through more quickly, but we can't increase our indoor space.
We have to follow the rules set out by Public Health for who currently is allowed to get their shots.
Please check the date of your last shot to make sure it was more than 168 days ago. This website can help Time and Date calculator
If you are too early, too young or do not meet any of the other criteria, you will be turned away, even if you have a booked appointment.
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Public Health services out of the Harbourview Clinic location:
- Immunizations: by appt and one day / month (a Monday) and first day has yet TBD
- Water Service: two days/week. Wed, Thurs (Suspended as of Jan 5, 2022)
- Sex Health: 1/2 day / week. Wednesday afternoons
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