The following information is provided by Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health. Please share with your family, friends and neighbours – especially those who live with or care for senior citizens.
The City of Guelph is working to help you, your family, your neighbours and our community recover from COVID-19.
When can I get the COVID-19 vaccine?
You can pre-register NOW if you or someone you care for lives in Wellington County, Dufferin County or the City of Guelph, and is:
- At least 80 years old;
- A member of the Indigenous community;
- An employee or essential caregiver in a long-term care or retirement home;
- An adult receiving chronic home care (Waterloo Wellington or Central West LHIN);
- An emergency responder;
- Working or volunteering in a healthcare organization; or
- Providing healthcare services or direct patient care outside of a healthcare organization.
You must provide a cell phone number, email and mailing address to register online at wdgpublichealth.ca/register.
If you or someone you care for needs help using the website, contact your local library.
What happens after you register?
When vaccine supplies are available, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph Public Health will contact registered patients to schedule an appointment.
Please be patient. It can take up to a week to receive an email or text message with instructions for booking your vaccination appointment. Check your junk/spam folder too.
- Follow the link in the message and use the code provided to login
- Please enter the same personal information you used to pre-register
- After you login you get another code to schedule your appointment
- Enter THAT code to find available dates
- Choose a location
- Choose your first or second dose
- Choose a date
If you need help, please contact your local library.
When is the next age group allowed to register?
Soon, and it depends on vaccine supplies. Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health will make an announcement when the next age group is able to pre-register.
Get more information about vaccine plans from Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health.
City of Guelph programs and services
To help our community recover from COVID-19 we all need to do our part and roll up our sleeves (get it?)
Thank you for your ongoing commitment and cooperation.
For updates about City of Guelph programs and services during COVID-19, visit guelph.ca/covid19.