COVID-19 Vaccination of the Senior 75+ Population 

• As of March 22nd, Peel residents aged 75 and older (including those who will turn 75 in 2021) are eligible to get vaccinated for COVID-19. These residents are currently being invited to book appointments at Peel Public Health clinics as well as hospital clinic sites. To access appointment booking for any of these sites, eligible residents can book online by visiting: or call the Region of Peel COVID-19 Vaccination Line at 905-791-5202, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week. Individuals can bring one person with them, if necessary, to ensure their wellbeing at the clinic. TransHelp can help Brampton and Mississauga residents who need transportation to a vaccine clinic. Call 905-791-1015 at least 48 hours in advance and follow TransHelp booking procedures. For residents in Caledon who need help with transportation, call Caledon Community Services at 905-951-2300 or 905-584-2300 extension 217, 221 or 264. 

Residents currently eligible for vaccination can book appointments at the following locations: 


Peel Public Health vaccine clinics 

  1. Brampton 

o Region of Peel main office (10 Peel Center Drive) 

o Save Max Sports Center (formerly Brampton Soccer Centre, 1495 Sandalwood Parkway East) 

2. Mississauga 

o Region of Peel main office (7120 Hurontario Street) 

o Paramount Fine Foods Centre Sportsplex (Sportsplex C- C Gate 1 – 5500 Rose Cherry Place) 

o International Centre (6900 Airport Road) 

3. Caledon 

o Caledon East Community Complex (6215 Old Church Road, Caledon East) 


William Osler Health System vaccine clinics 

o Chinguacousy Wellness Centre Vaccine Clinic (995 Peter Robertson Blvd) – for all eligible residents aged 75 and over 

o Brampton Civic Hospital (2100 Bovaird Drive East) – for those aged 75 to 79 


Trillium Health Partners vaccine clinics 

o Mississauga Hospital (100 Queensway West) 

o University of Toronto MississaugaRecreation, Athletics and Wellness Centre (3359 Mississauga Road)