COVID-19 Vaccines

On October 30, anyone who lives, works, or studies in Ontario will be eligible to receive an XBB COVID-19 vaccines dose if they are 6 months old or older.

COVID-19 vaccines will be available from most pharmacies, some health care providers, and TBDHU clinics in Thunder Bay and District communities.

To search for pharmacies offering COVID-19 vaccines, visit

The TBDHU Community Vaccine Clinic at the CLE is now closed. A limited number of COVID-19 vaccine appointments are available at TBDHU's Main Office Clinic. Book an appointment by calling 807-625-5900 and pressing 1. For more information on this clinic, visit our Immunization Clinics page

For information on how to book at clinics in District communities, see the District COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics page.


Fall 2023 Vaccine Campaign Information


Stay up to date on your COVID-19 vaccines

Keeping up to date with COVID-19 vaccines continues to be one of the most effective ways to protect yourself against serious illness, hospitalization, and death from COVID-19, as vaccine protection can decrease over time.

  • People aged 6 months and older are considered up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines if they have received a Fall 2023 COVID-19 dose.

It is recommended that the Fall 2023 COVID-19 dose be an XBB vaccine. 

People in certain priority groups are eligible to receive a Fall 2023 COVID-19 vaccine dose first. These priority groups are listed in the “Priority Groups for Fall 2023 COVID-19 Vaccination” section above. 

Starting on October 30, 2023, everyone who lives, works, or studies in Ontario will be eligible for a Fall 2023 COVID-19 dose if they are at least 6 months old, whether previously vaccinated or not.


Dose information

This page will be updated as product formulations, availability, and recommendations change. 


How to get a COVID-19 vaccine


Types of COVID-19 Vaccines


Frequently Asked Questions

Vaccine Safety

Getting a COVID-19 Vaccine

Proof of COVID-19 Vaccination


What if I Have More Questions about COVID-19 Vaccines?

  • Review the Ontario Ministry of Health’s COVID-19 Vaccines page
  • Visit Scarborough Health Network's Vax Facts page to book an appointment for a one-on-one phone consultation with a qualified SHN doctor. You can also call (416) 438-2911 ext. 5738 to register by phone or email
  • Speak with your health care provider
  • Call (807) 625-5900 and ask to speak to a TBDHU nurse between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday or email


Vaccines by the Numbers



Last Updated: 13/02/2024