LATEST: 32 additional pharmacies to start offering COVID-19 vaccine in Hamilton
Published April 11, 2021 at 9:49 pm
The Ontario government says it’s ready to rapidly increase its COVID-19 vaccine rollout, with over 700 more pharmacies across the province to begin offering the vaccine this week.
The following pharmacies in Hamilton will start offering the AstraZeneca vaccine this week to those who are 55 and older:
- Axis Health Care Plus Pharmacy – 908 Garth St
- City Centre Ida Pharmacy – 77 James St. N #131
- Drugstore Pharmacy #4072 – 54 Wilson St W, Ancaster
- First Place Pharmacy – 350 King St E
- Food Basics Pharmacy #580 – 751 Upper James St S
- Lee’s Dundas Pharmacy – 58 King St E, Dundas
- Loblaw Pharmacy #4254 – 1579 Main St W
- Loblaw Pharmacy #4365 – 50 Dundurn St
- Marchese Pharmacy – 316 James St N
- Metro Pharmacy #504 – 1161 Barton St E
- Mountain View Pharmacy Clinic – 26-1070 Stone Church Road East
- Paramount Pharmasave – 1050 Paramount Dr, Stoney Creek
- People’s Pharmachoice – 4-30 Rymal Rd E
- Pharmasave #953 – 1575 Upper Ottawa St Unit A5
- Pharmasave #955 – 105 King Street West, Dundas
- Rastin’s Wilson St Pharmacy – 323 Wilson St E, Ancaster
- Rexall #6946 – 126 Queenston Rd
- Rexall #8211 – 730 Upper James St
- Rexall – 18-2 King St West
- Rymal Gage Pharmacy – 153-905 Rymal Road East
- Sherman Ida Pharmacy – 675 Rymal Rd E
- Shoppers Drug Mart #1053 – 232 Cannon Street East
- Shoppers Drug Mart #1299 – 1411 Upper Sherman Avenue
- Shoppers Drug Mart #1460 – 1341 Main St West
- Shoppers Drug Mart #742 – 101 Osler Drive Unit 102, Dundas
- Shoppers Drug Mart #752 – 661 Upper James St
- Shoppers Drug Mart #754 – 801 Mohawk Rd W
- Sobeys Pharmacy #7213 – 977 Golf Links Rd, Ancaster
- Stonechurch Pharmacy – 3-25 Redmond Dr
- Sutherland’s Pharmacy Limited – 180 James St S
- Tls Regal Care Drug Mart – 2-480 Stone Church Rd E
- Wal-mart Pharmacy – 675 Upper James St
Pharmacies that are already offering the vaccine are listed here.
The province says this expansion will bring the total number of pharmacies offering the vaccine to over 1,400 locations — a number expected to reach approximately 1,500 by the end of April.
Vaccinations with the AstraZeneca vaccine at pharmacies require an appointment to be made in advance.
In alignment with NACI recommendations, Ontario will not use the AstraZeneca vaccine for individuals under 55, while Health Canada continues to review the data.
“With more local pharmacies coming on board, receiving the COVID-19 vaccine will be easier and more convenient for eligible populations across the province,” said Christine Elliott, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health.
“I strongly encourage everyone to get vaccinated when it’s their turn. Until we receive enough vaccines so that the majority of Ontarians can be vaccinated it remains critical for everyone to continue following public health measures we know work and keep us safe.”
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