Vaccine & Governmental Resources

Legend:

FREE = This service has been confirmed to be free.
ML = This service is offered in multiple languages.

Please note that the legend is only a guide. If you have any questions about a service, we encourage you to reach out to the organization directly.

If your organization is doing something similar and would like those efforts included in this list, please send an email to Monika Bodemer.


Vaccine Information:

Get a Vaccine! FREE
Click the link above for the most current information on vaccination for both adults and children.

 

COVID-19 Vaccine Cultural Resources FREE, ML
Community partners have helped compile and create COVID-19 vaccine resources that reflect the views, values and address worries and fears in their respective communities. Please follow the link to find out more information about the COVID-19 vaccine in your own language.

 

Local Government Resources:

NEW! Emergency Child Care FREE
In support of health care and other frontline workers whose children are in school, a limited number of spaces will be available for Emergency Child Care in Waterloo Region. Please select the above link for more information and eligibility criteria.

 

Region of Waterloo COVID-19 Updates
Information and updates regarding the COVID-19 situation within Region of Waterloo, including how to complete a self-assessment, how to protect yourself, and more. To view an up-to-date statistical summary of COVID-19 cases in Region of Waterloo, click here.

 

Provincial Government Resources:

Ontario Ministry of Health Updates
Find the most up-to-date information on COVID-19 in Ontario, learn how to get vaccinated, and get advice on what to do next if you think you might have COVID-19.

 

National Government Resources:

Government of Canada Updates and Resources
Find national COVID-19 updates under the heading “Current situation”. As well, find resources on protecting your own health, as well as information on travel, safety and security, and how the Federal government is providing additional supports to vulnerable populations.

 

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