Where to Get Vaccinated in Mississauga
The City of Mississauga is working with the Region of Peel to vaccinate as many residents as possible, based on supply of the vaccine and capacity in our vaccination centres.

Residents who are currently eligible to book a vaccination, can visit one the following sites to book:
 
If you are 75+ (or are booking on behalf of someone), please chose one of the following options:
 
1)   Pre-register with Trillium Health Partners
2)   Book an appointment at Peel Region’s Community Clinics
3)   Call 905-791-5202
 
If you are a priority health care worker, please book at Peel Region’s Community Clinics or call 905-791-5202
 
If you identify as an Indigenous person (over 18 years of age), please visit Peel Region’s booking site or call 905-791-5202

If you are less than 75 years old, an essential worker, or anyone else awaiting a vaccination, please be patient for Phase 2 to start. Check back with the Region of Peel often.

If seniors have challenges with the local online booking systems, they can call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202 for assistance (open 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. seven days a week).  

Seniors who have challenges getting to and from the vaccine clinic can use TransHelp. Call 905-791-1015 at least 48 hours before your appointment to make your travel booking. You don't need to be a TransHelp client to use this service.

We encourage you to keep checking the Region of Peel website as information is being updated frequently.
Mississauga remains in Grey – Lockdown zone with modifications (Limited Outdoor Dining Allowed)
The Government of Ontario has confirmed that Mississauga, as part of Peel Region, will remain in the Grey-Lockdown zone Ontario’s Keeping Ontario Safe and Open Framework but has amended the regulations to permit outdoor dining. Outdoor dining is limited to members of the same household with exemptions for residents who live alone and caregivers.

As the weather improves, the Government of Ontario will continue to work with the local medical officers of health to determine what other activities and service can be permitted outdoors, where the risk of transmission is lower.

As we look to re-open businesses, it is critical that everyone keeps following all measures to help control the spread of COVID-19 in our community:
 
  • Stay home as much as possible
  • When out in public practice physical distancing and wear well-fitted masks
  • Only have close contact with people in your household or essential supports
  • Get tested if you think you have or been exposed to COVID-19
 
For more information on City services and the City’s response to COVID-19, please visit mississauga.ca/covid.