Planning is well underway for the mass vaccination system in the Region of Peel with two locations up and running and administering the vaccine and more locations coming soon.February 25, 2021
Together with health system and community partners, the Region of Peel has successfully opened two vaccination clinic locations and is administering COVID-19 vaccinations to individuals in Phase 1 of the Government of Ontario’s prioritization framework. This is in addition to vaccine administration happening through hospital sites in Peel.
Today, an initial introduction of vaccinations for residents 80+ in Peel was announced at Regional Council, with limited doses and appointments opening up soon, and more to come as vaccine availability increases.
• Information on how to book and location information will be available on the Region of Peel website and social media platforms.
• As more vaccines begin to arrive, the number of vaccines administered to this group and others will increase.
Community vaccination clinics
To meet the demand of larger population groups once vaccines arrive, clinic locations are preparing to open across Peel:
|Clinic Ready Date –
|Planned Daily Dose when at capacity|
|Peel Region – Mississauga headquarters, 7120 Hurontario Street, Mississauga||February 11||990|
|Peel Region – Brampton headquarters,
10 Peel Centre Drive, Brampton
|Brampton Soccer Centre, Brampton||March 1||7,800|
|University of Toronto-Mississauga campus/Trillium Health Partners at Recreation, Athletics and Wellness Centre||March 1
|Paramount Field House, Mississauga||March 3||7,800|
|Caledon East Community Complex, Caledon||March 6||780|
|International Centre, Mississauga||March 10||3,900|
|Chris Gibson Arena, Brampton||April 6||2,930|
All sites plan to operate 7 days a week except for the Caledon East Community Complex which is currently planned to be closed on Fridays for COVID-19 testing.
These sites were chosen in consultation with community and municipal partners to allow residents to have a wide selection of locations at which to receive their vaccine when the time comes, across the Region of Peel. Additional options coming this spring will include drive-through, mobile “on-site” clinics, primary care and pharmacy locations. The locations are scalable and flexible in their use.
Knowing when you will receive the vaccine
Broad communication on who will be vaccinated next, clinic dates and locations as well as options for making an appointment will be shared in different languages through a variety of ways, including the Region of Peel’s website, social media platforms and many print and digital channels.
Vaccinations update in Peel
As of the week of February 22, 45,300 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been given in Peel Region including over 15,500 doses in long-term care and retirement homes.
For interviews with Dr. Lawrence Loh, Peel’s Medical Officer of Health, please email Trish Krale.
Visit peelregion.ca for regular updates on priority groups and clinic locations and follow @regionofpeel on social media for news on COVID-19 and vaccine availability.