Welcome to the WDG Public Health Online COVID-19 Vaccination Registration Portal 

Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health is inviting members of certain prioritized groups to pre-register for upcoming COVID-19 vaccination appointments. Demand for the COVID-19 vaccine is currently higher than available supply and a prioritization is necessary to determine eligibility. 

Please note, COVID-19 vaccine appointments are not yet available for the general public. 

 

Step 1: Pre-registration for those eligible 

Pre-registration helps us book appointment reservations quickly and easily. When you pre-register, you select your preferred method of communication. This is how we will contact you to reserve a vaccine appointment. 

 
If you are a member of any of the following groups, you are now eligible to pre-register for a COVID-19 vaccination appointment.  

  1. Adult 80 years of age and older

  2. Indigenous adult 

  3. Long-Term Care and/or Retirement Home Staff

  4. Essential Support Staff in Long-Term Care and Retirement Homes

  5. Essential Caregivers in Long-Term Care and High-Risk Retirement Homes  

  6. Adult recipient of chronic home care

  7. Healthcare workers & Emergency Responders* in the following settings:

  • Hospitals 

  • COVID-19 Response Roles (e.g., Assessment Centres, outbreak response, COVID-19 immunization clinics) 

  • Medical First Responders 

  • Community Healthcare workers serving specialized populations 

  • Community Healthcare workers serving the general population 

  • Healthcare worker in Congregate Settings 

  • Healthcare services for indigenous populations 

  • Laboratory services 

  • Non-acute and rehabilitation and therapy 

  • Public health 

  • Front line members of police services

 *For the purposes of this vaccine prioritization, ‘health care worker’ is defined as:  

 

Step 2: You will be contacted for an appointment

When vaccines become available for your group, Public Health will use the contact information you provide to send you an email and/or text message. This email and/or text message will include a website link and unique code so that you can schedule a date, time and location for you to receive your first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Please check your JUNK/SPAM folders regularly.

Step 3: On your appointment day 

Everyone is required to bring an OHIP card or any government issued-photo ID (if no OHIP card) to confirm your appointment. For occupation-based priority groups, please bring workplace ID to confirm your eligibility. Visit our website for more information on what is required before you attend your COVID-19 vaccine appointment and instructions for the day of your appointment - https://wdgpublichealth.ca/vaccine-prep.

Public Health takes vaccine prioritization seriously. Providing false information may result in cancellation of your appointment and notification to the appropriate regulatory college.