COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic for BAC Communities - Serving second doses to eligible persons
This is the last week for the COVID-19 vaccine clinic focused on the Black, African and Caribbean communities at Brampton Civic Centre, 150 Central Park Drive, Brampton. The clinic wraps up on Friday, June 11.
From Monday, June 7, anyone over 70 years and those who have had their first dose before April 18 can get their second dose in addition to anyone 12 years and over who wants their first dose. Please note this is a Pfizer only vaccine clinic. We are not yet authorized to mix vaccines.
We joined with Wellfort Community Health Services, Black Health Task Force of Peel, Black Health Alliance, Black Physicians Association of Ontario, Region of Peel Public Health, Ontario Health Central Region, and the Ontario Ministry of Health to provide a supportive space for you to receive the vaccination and obtain more information if you still have questions.
Don’t wait! Visit our clinic today between the hours of 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. If you identify as Black, African or Caribbean, you may register online or call our support line at 647-812-8545. Health cards are not required.
|WHO||1st dose – 12 years and older; 2nd dose – 70 years and older, and anyone who had their first dose before April 18. You must have had your first dose 28 days or more before you can get your 2nd shot.|
|WHEN||Until Friday June 11 from 11 am to 7 pm|
|WHERE||Bramalea Civic Centre 150 Central Park Dr, Brampton, ON L6T 1B4 (Click for map)|
|HOW||You can walk into the clinic today and get your vaccine. We encourage you to come and bring your family with you. If you identify as Black, African or Caribbean, you may register online or call our support line at 647-812-8545.|
The COVID-19 vaccines have been rigorously reviewed by numerous trusted authorities around the world, including Health Canada. They are shown to be safe and effective at protecting against COVID-19.
For more information on the COVID-19 vaccines, please visit https://peelregion.ca/covid19vaccine.