The vaccine status report will be updated every Tuesday.


  • 86% of individuals 12 plus in Leeds, Grenville and Lanark have first dose – 56% have 2 doses
  • 219,004 doses of vaccine have been administered to residents of Leeds, Grenville and Lanark
  • Check out our vaccination dashboard – updated every Tuesday

Vaccine Shipments

  • Our vaccine allocations for July are continuing to provide more opportunities for residents to get first and second vaccinations
  • How to Get Vaccinated

    • All 12+ are eligible for first doses – it is important to get vaccinated to protect yourself and those around you
    • All 12+ are eligible to book earlier second dose:
    • 8 weeks after first dose of AstraZeneca
    • 21 days after first dose of Pfizer
    • 28 days after first dose of Moderna
    • More appointments continue to be available in all areas including community clinics
    • Walk in vaccinations are becoming more available at all clinics – watch our Facebook, Twitter or Instagram or your local media –share with others when you hear extra doses are available
    • Book an appointment through the Leeds, Grenville and Lanark online booking portal or call Leeds, Grenville and Lanark Call Centre 1-844-369-1234
    • Pharmacies have both Moderna and Pfizer – find a participating pharmacy – some out of this area have AstraZeneca
    • We are also working on a targeted strategy to provide vaccinations at some Leeds, Grenville and Lanark workplaces as well as to other groups

    Cancellations, Contingency Lists, and Vaccine Receipts

    Mixing Vaccines

    • Canada’s National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) and the Ontario Government support ‘mixing vaccines’ or vaccine interchangeability meaning you can receive one vaccine product for your first dose and a different vaccine product for your second dose to complete your two-dose vaccine series.
    • Moderna and Pfizer are both mRNA vaccines that work in the same way and are considered interchangeable.

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