Mississauga allowing residents to print vaccine receipt free at City libraries

Published September 17, 2021 at 4:15 pm

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The City of Mississauga has announced it will be assisting residents who don’t have a printer to print their proof of vaccination forms.

As of September 22, all Ontarians will be required to provide proof that they have been vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to enter certain businesses and amenities—including restaurants, gyms, and event venues among others.

In order to assist those who may not otherwise be able to do so, the City of Mississauga is allowing residents to print their vaccination receipts at City libraries for free.

Normally, Mississauga libraries charge $1.15 to print a one-page document. However, for those who need to print their proof of vaccination document, this charge will be waved.

In order to access the receipt online, residents will need to provide their health card number, date of birth, and postal code through the Ontario website (those with the old, red and white health card will need to call the provincial booking phone number at 1-833-943-3900.

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