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Hamilton COVID-19 vaccination program mobile vaccine clinics update

HAMILTON, ON - The Hamilton healthcare partners continue to make progress in vaccinating members of the community who fall into the Province’s COVID-19 Vaccination Framework. To date, Hamilton healthcare partners have administered 795,766 doses of COVD-19 vaccine – with 81 per cent of eligible Hamiltonians receiving a vaccine to date and 73.7 per cent fully vaccinated.

The Hamilton healthcare partners, along with the Ministry of Health, will be bringing the COVID-19 vaccine to even more residents of Hamilton by offering mobile clinics in neighbourhoods across the city. Many of these clinics will be situated in areas of the city with lower vaccination coverage rates in order to improve access to the vaccine. Individuals 12 years of age or older before the end of 2021 are eligible to receive a first or second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine and can walk-in to any of the below clinics.

The below clinics are newly announced, all vaccination clinics can be found by visiting www.hamilton.ca/GetYourVaccine.

COVID-19 Mobile Vaccine Clinics

Pfizer & Moderna brands available (unless otherwise stated)


Donut Monster
246 Locke St S, Hamilton, ON L8P 4B9
September 11, 2021
9 am to 3:30 pm
Outdoor clinic. Individuals are encouraged to dress appropriately for the weather.

Dundas Community Centre
29 Market St. S., Dundas, L9H 3B3
September 13, 2021
10 am to 12 pm and 1 to 3 pm

Central Library (HPL)
55 York Blvd, Hamilton L8N 4E4
September 13, 2021
10 am to 4 pm

Sackville Hill Seniors Recreation Centre
780 Upper Wentworth St, Hamilton, L9A 4V5
September 13 & 14, 2021
10 am to 12 pm and 1 to 3 pm

Hamilton Public Library – Waterdown Branch
163 Dundas St E, Waterdown, L8N 2Z7
September 14, 2021
10 am to 4 pm

Stoney Creek Recreation Centre
45 King Street W, Stoney Creek
September 14, 2021
10 am to 12 pm and 1-3pm

Welcome Inn Community Centre
40 Wood St E, Hamilton, L8L 3Y3
September 15, 2021
10:30 am to 2pm

Chedoke Twin Pads Arena
91 Chedmac Dr, Hamilton, L9C 7R5
September 15 & 16, 2021
10 am to 12 pm and 1 to 3 pm

Bennetto Recreation Centre
450 Hughson St N, Hamilton, L8L 4N5
September 15, 2021
2 to 5 pm & 6 to 8 pm September 17, 2021: 1 to 4 pm & 5 to 7 pm

Victoria Park Community Homes
151 Queen St N, Hamilton, L8R 2V6
September 18 & 24, 2021
1 to 6 pm

Hamilton Public Library – Carlisle Branch
1496 Centre Rd, Carlisle, L0R 1H0
September 20, 2021
10 am to 4 pm

Jackson Square (Across from Booster Juice)
2 King St W, Hamilton, L8P 1A1
September 25 & 26, 2021
10 am to 4 pm

Ministry of Health outdoor mobile vaccine clinics

Pfizer brand available


Ancaster Fairgrounds
630 Trinity Road S., Jerseyville, L0R 1R0
September 16, 2021 (note date change)
9 am to 4 pm

With back-to-school around the corner, and a return to more indoor settings in the Fall, it’s vital that Hamilton’s vaccination coverage continues to increase and that all Hamiltonians follow public health measures to reduce the spread of the virus.

There are many locations in Hamilton for community members born in 2009 and earlier to get their first and second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, such as primary care-led clinics, mobile pop-up clinics and local pharmacies. Vaccines can be accessed both on a walk-in basis at many of these locations or by booking an appointment. Information regarding walk-in options, booking an appointment and frequently asked questions are available at hamilton.ca/GetYourVaccine.

Quick Facts

  • On August 18, 2021, individuals born in 2009 and earlier became eligible to receive the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine.
  • Vaccine administration rates may differ based on local context.
  • All vaccination planning is based on and contingent on available COVID-19 vaccine supply.
  • It is vital that members of the public, even those who have been vaccinated, ensure that public health measures still be practiced until it is safe and said to be safe by the health professionals in all levels of government.  

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