COVID-19 Vaccination

4,500 COVID-19 vaccines administered by SOAHAC

The COVID-19 vaccination is here.

Vaccination against COVID-19 is the most effective step you can take to protect yourself and your loved ones, and to help your community fight the virus. Tested and approved by the Government of Canada, the vaccine is the best way for you to stay safe. Vaccination programs for Indigenous communities are now being rolled out across Southwestern Ontario. 

Learn more about the vaccine on the Government of Canada’s website.

4,500 vaccines administered

SOAHAC staff and local partners have administered over 4,500 vaccines to Indigenous folks in our community. Thanks to our staff for their support of this important program!

Vaccination program update

Aanii/Tansii/Boozhoo/Shekoli/Koolamalsi/Sago/Kwe Kwe/Wachay/Welcome

The health and safety of our clients, families and staff is our top priority and we are committed to providing safe, caring, and accessible care to our community. We will continue to support culturally aware vaccination care in designated urban and rural communities, however there have been changes to how COVID-19 vaccine appointments are scheduled. Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre will no longer book appointments for COVID-19 vaccines.

All bookings or inquiries should be directed to your local public health unit:

If you live in the Waterloo-Wellington area please visit regionofwaterloo.ca

If you live in the Woodstock, St Thomas, Elgin area please visit swpubichealth.ca

If you live in the London Middlesex area please visit healthunit.com

If you live in the Huron Perth area please visit hpph.ca

If you live in the Sarnia Lambton area please visit lambtonpublichealth.ca

If you live in the Chatham Kent area please visit ckphu.com

If you live in the Windsor Essex area please visit wechu.org

 

Miigwetch / Yaw^ko /Anushiik/ Wela’lin/ Thank You,

SOAHAC