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The Power BI Dashboard is updated weekdays at 12:00p.m. Between 11:00am to 12:00pm, visuals in the dashboard may present conflicting information. Certain visuals will update sooner than others due to data caching on the Microsoft Power BI server. Data in the WECHU’s COVID-19 Vaccination Dashboard are based on information extracted from Ministry of Health's IntelliHeath COVaxON, which is a dynamic reporting system that provides ongoing updates. The data presented is of a snapshot at the time of extraction and may differ from previous or subsequent reports.

Data sources: Vaccine administration, Ontario Ministry of Health, IntelliHeath COVaxON. Population estimates for 2021: Statistics Canada estimates, 2019, and Ontario Ministry of Finance projections.

Provincial Vaccination Timeline


  • Current

    Current Priority
    for Vaccination
    Phase 2 Primary

  • Next

    Next Priority
    for Vaccination
    Phase 2 Secondary

  • Future

    Future Priority
    for Vaccination
    Phase 3

The Government of Ontario has developed a three-phase vaccine distribution plan that sets the order and priorities for distribution for local public health units to follow. The groups selected in each phase are based on an ethical framework established by the province. The Government of Ontario has committed to distributing COVID-19 vaccines to priority populations in the highest risk areas as shipments are received from federal government suppliers. COVID-19 vaccines are free for anyone living in Ontario. The vaccine is not mandatory for the public but is strongly recommended to keep yourself and the community safe.

Current Populations Eligible for Vaccination in Windsor-Essex:

Vaccination Clinics - Adults 60 years of age or older

Book an appointment online or call 226-773-2200 for assistance.

Vaccination Clinics - Adults 50+ living in “Hot Spot” Postal Codes: N8X, N8Y, N9A, N9B, N9C, N8H, or N9Y

Book an appointment online or call 226-773-2200 for assistance.

Pharmacies - Adults 55 years of age or older

Contact a participating pharmacy near you to book an appointment.

Individuals with Highest-Risk Health Conditions in accordance with the Ministry of Health’s guidance

Eligible residents will be contacted by their health care provider.

Adults in First Nations, Métis, and Inuit populations

Contact the Southwest Ontario Aboriginal Health Access Centre to book an appointment.

Congregate Settings – Adult recipients of Chronic Home Health Care

Eligible residents will be contacted by a partnering agency.

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