Wellington Dufferin Guelph Public Health says a COVID-19 vaccine for children aged six months to five years will begin arriving in the region this week.
In anticipation of the arrival of Moderna Vaccine, the health agency says it is working with local physicians and pharmacies to ensure that parents have access to the vaccine for their children.
Locally, Public Health says that vaccinations for children between the ages of six months and five years will be done by primary care providers and at select pharmacies.
Residents without access to a primary care provider should call WDG Public Health.
Vaccine appointment booking for youth in public health will be available over the phone only.
For more information, see Wellington Guelph Dufferin Public Health Website,
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