The Hamilton healthcare partners continue to make progress in vaccinating members of the community. We are pleased to announce that to date, we have administered approximately 205,574 doses of COVD-19 vaccine – with 38.2% of Hamiltonians over the age of 16 receiving a vaccine to date.

Effective immediately, the Hamilton Primary Care AstraZeneca vaccination clinic includes a walk-in option from May 6th to 9th. The Hamilton Primary Care Partners (Hamilton Family Health Team, McMaster Family Health Team, Hamilton Family Medicine and Community Health Centre partners) in partnership with Hamilton Public Health Services will be holding clinics to administer AstraZeneca vaccines to adults ages 40 years or older (in 2021). These additional clinics are an encouraging next step in the vaccination efforts in Hamilton.

Hamilton Primary Care AstraZeneca vaccination clinics for adults ages 40+
Proof of age must be shown when arriving for an appointment.

Clinics with walk-in option Clinics with appointments
David Braley Health Sciences Centre
100 Main St. W., Hamilton

May 6 & 7, 11:30 am to 6:30 pm
May 8 & 9, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm David Braley Health Sciences Centre
100 Main St. W., Hamilton

May 6 to 13, 2021

Booking an appointment. If preferred, members of the public, who are ages 40+ (in 2021) can call the Public Health Services COVID-19 Hotline at 905-974-9848, option 7 for an appointment at the Hamilton Primary Care AstraZeneca vaccination clinics.
Clinic information
• David Braley Health Sciences Centre, 100 Main St. W., Hamilton, L8P 1H6
• Parking – a free parking voucher will be provided during the appointment for the underground parking lot at the David Braley Health Sciences Centre or for the McMaster owned Bay Street parking lot behind the David Braley Health Sciences Centre.
• Please enter the vaccination clinic through the doors off Bay St.
• Proof of age and/or an Ontario Green health card is required when arriving for an appointment.
Public Health Services recommends that everyone who is eligible for a vaccination receive the first vaccine that is available to them. We need to work together to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our community, to reserve healthcare and hospital capacity and to protect vulnerable populations.

QUICK FACTS
• 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. Public health measures include:
o stay home if you are feeling unwell
o get tested for COVID-19 if you have symptoms or have been in close contact with a confirmed positive case of COVID-19
o limit gatherings to only members of your immediate household
o maintain a physical distance of at least 6 feet or 2 meters from others outside of your immediate household
o wear a mask or face covering indoors and outdoors when not able to maintain physical distancing
o wash hands frequently

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