*As of Monday, December 20, 2021 – All Ontarians 18+ Eligible for COVID-19 Booster Appointments at Three-Month Interval

*For Information about Vaccines (eligibility, clinic schedule, stats and much more)

*GBHU does not supply COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Test Kits – we do not keep an up to date list of vendors or locations where public can access these tests, as information changes frequently. Please visit: I think I have COVID-19 What do I do? (publichealthgreybruce.on.ca) for more information.

*Ontario:A plan to safely reopen Ontario and manage COVID-19 for the long-term

Proof of Vaccination in Select Settings                

Electronic/Printable Vaccine Receipt

News and Media and Important Updates

* Sexual health clinics are closed temporarily. If you need birth control prescriptions or STI testing, go to nearest emergency room. For condoms, visit our office during regular hours.

Science Based Vaccine Information

Flu Facts Infographic


2019/2020 Influenza Information Fact Sheet


Where to get your flu shot:

  • Your regular medical office

  • Your local pharmacy for people over the age of 5

  • No physician? No problem! Flu shots are available at pharmacies, public health and some family health teams – even for non-rostered patients!   Get yours today!
  • Find more helpful flu information at https://www.ontario.ca/page/flu-facts


High Risk Groups for 2019/2020 Influenza Season:

  1. Pregnant women;
  2. Young children under 5 years of age (especially those 2 years of age and younger);
  3. Children (age 6 months to 18 years) undergoing long periods of treatment with acetylsalicylic acid;
  4. Adults 65 years of age and older;
  5. Individuals of any age who reside in a nursing home or other chronic care facility;
  6. Individuals with underlying health conditions (e.g., cardiac/pulmonary disorders, renal disease, morbid obesity, anemia, neurologic or neurodevelopmental conditions, diabetes, cancer or weakened immune systems);
  7. Indigenous peoples;
  8. Health care workers;
  9. Household contacts of those at high risk;
  10. Persons who provide care to children under 5 years of age
  11. Workers in direct contact with poultry infected with avian influenza during culling operations;
  12. Persons who provide service within closed or relatively closed settings to people at high risk (e.g. crew on a ship)
  13. Persons who provide essential community services or care.


Vaccines: What you Should Know

Let’s talk Immunization: Ask the Experts


Shingles Vaccine (Zostavax II) Information for Patients

Centre for Disease Control – Vaccine Preventable Diseases

World Health Organization – Vaccines and Diseases

Ministry of Health and Long Term Care – Vaccine Fact Sheets

Immunization Information on The Internet: Can you Trust What you Read?

Canadian Paediatric Society, Caring for Kids, Immunization information


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