Durham Region Public Health works to prepare for and respond to public health emergencies. They also work with their community partners, including the City of Pickering, to promote and protect resident health, prevent infectious diseases, and inspect for health hazards.

Get the latest COVID-19 information, resources, and updates from Durham Public Health.

View the COVID-19 Data Tracker, which shows the number of confirmed cases in Durham Region by status, municipality, age and gender. (Created and hosted by the Regional Municipality of Durham).

COVID-19 Vaccines

Clinics for 60 years of age and older

Adults, 60 years of age and older (or who will be turning 60 in 2021), can register for COVID-19 vaccine appointments online or by telephone through the following options: 

1. Chestnut Hill Developments Recreation Complex (Arena, back entrance). Visit durham.ca/vaccineappointment or call 1.888.444.5113

2. Oshawa Vaccination Centre - Visit covidvaccine.lh.ca or call 905.721.4828

Visit durham.ca/CovidVaccines for details on registration and other municipal clinic locations. Please note that although the province has launched a provincial COVID-19 online vaccination booking portal, area residents are to continue using the local booking systems to access local clinics.

See transportation options and a brief video on what to expect at a clinic

Clinics for 55 years of age and older

Pharmacy and primary care locations are booking appointments for the AstraZeneca vaccine for individuals aged 55 and over. Visit ontario.ca for the most up-to-date details, including Pickering’s locations and contact details. 

Clinics for 50 years of age and older (living in Hot Spots)

Two Pickering neighbourhoods have been identified as COVID-19 Hot Spots (postal codes L1V and L1X).

Residents 50 years of age and older living in the identified hotspots, can register for appointments at the Pickering clinic and must show proof of address at arrival. 

Visit durham.ca/vaccineappointment or call 1.888.444.5113 to book an appointment.