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Latest news and information about Mississauga’s response to COVID-19.

COVID-19 vaccine

Ontario has started to roll out COVID-19 vaccines. The province has a three-phased distribution implementation plan that prioritizes when you can get the vaccine.

Getting the vaccine

Book a vaccination appointment and find out if you’re eligible on Peel Public Health’s website.

Peel Public Health is responsible for delivering the vaccine to Mississauga residents.

There is a local, targeted Peel Community Mass Vaccination Plan that prioritizes who will get the vaccine in each phase of the provincial distribution implementation plan

Mississauga vaccine clinics

Peel Public Health’s mass vaccination clinics in Mississauga are now open by appointment only. No walk-in appointments will be available at any of the vaccine sites.

To find out how to book an appointment, visit Peel Public Health’s website.

Mississauga site locations include:

  • Region of Peel building, 7120 Hurontario Street
  • Paramount Fine Foods Centre Sportsplex, 5500 Rose Cherry Place
  • International Centre, 6900 Airport Road
  • University of Toronto Mississauga, 3359 Mississauga Road
  • Trillium Hospital, 100 Queensway

About the COVID-19 vaccines

Health Canada has evaluated, licensed and approved the following COVID-19 vaccines for use in Canada:

  • Pfizer-BioNTech
  • Moderna
  • Astra Zeneca
  • Janssen (Johnson & Johnson)

All vaccines are free and available at no cost to the public.

To learn more about how the vaccines work, visit Peel Public Health’s website.

Vaccine dosages

The Pfizer BioNTech, Moderna, and AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccines need two doses. The time between the first and second dose is four months. Increasing the time between first and second doses allows more people to get the benefit of immunity from a first dose while the vaccine supply continues to be limited.