District COVID-19 Vaccination Clinics

Everyone is encouraged to stay up to date and receive all recommended COVID-19 vaccine doses, including any booster dose(s), as soon as they are eligible.

Rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in TBDHU district communities continues to align with the plan for Thunder Bay and surrounding areas. TBDHU is working with district partners, including Family Health Teams (FHT), Community Health Centres (CHC) and First Nation partners, who are responsible for administering the vaccines to all community members.

If you are a member of a First Nation community in the Thunder Bay District, please check with your community’s leadership or health care centre for vaccination opportunities.



For information on all doses, including eligibility and dose intervals, see the COVID-19 Vaccine Doses page.


Vaccine Availability in the District

Moderna Spikevax and Pfizer-BioNTech Comirnaty vaccines are both currently available at TBDHU District Community Clinics as well as through participating pharmacies.

Requests for the Novavax Nuvaxovid vaccine can be made by contacting your local TBDHU Branch office. Once contact with TBDHU has been made, names and phone numbers will be taken. Limited supply is available and appointments may take up to 1 month.

For information on the types of vaccines available in Ontario, please see the Approved Vaccines information on the Vaccine Facts page.


Getting Vaccinated in the District

Last Updated: 28/06/2022