Drop-in COVID-19 vaccine clinics

Please note: Clinics below have limited drop-in availability. To ensure you receive a dose, it is best to make an appointment. You can book an appointment online or call 1-800-265-7293 ext. 7006.

Who can drop-in for a COVID-19 vaccine without an appointment

Eligibility Updated: April 6, 2022

The following residents can drop-in to any of our scheduled vaccination clinics listed below for a COVID-19 vaccine, no appointment needed:

First, second or third dose:

  • Children ages 5-11 for first or second dose (minimum of 21 day interval between doses, children must be at least 5 years old at the time of vaccination).
  • Adolescents ages 12-17 for a first, second or third dose.
  • Adults age 18+ for first, second or third dose.
  • Health care workers (age 12+) for first, second or third dose.
  • First Nations, Inuit and Métis adults, including non-Indigenous household members (age 12+) for first, second or third dose.

Fourth dose (second booster):

  • Adults age 60+ (must be 60 at the time of your appointment).
  • First Nations, Inuit and Métis adults, including non-Indigenous household members (age 18+).

The recommended interval for those eligible to receive a fourth dose (second booster) is 5 months (140 days), however the minimum interval is 3 months (84 days) following your last dose. Visit ‘Booster doses’ for more information.

Upon arrival

  • Let clinic staff know upon arrival that you are there for a drop-in dose and your eligibility.
  • If you have a booked appointment for a later date, please let the registration clerk know so they can cancel it.
  • If for some reason we are unable to give you a dose that day, clinic staff will make you an appointment for the next available date. 

Vaccines available

Both mRNA vaccines (Moderna and Pfizer) are available at each WDGPH clinic. Every effort will be made to provide the vaccine selected based on the supply available. Public Health recommends that individuals receive the first mRNA vaccine available to them. It is recommended that anyone younger than 30 receive Pfizer.  If you would prefer to receive a non-mRNA vaccine, please contact our call centre to make a request at 1-800-265-7293 ext. 7006.

Upcoming COVID-19 vaccine clinic drop-ins


Drop-in locations

Dates and Times


Stone Road Mall

435 Stone Rd W, Guelph

The clinic is located on the second level of the mall. Use the staircase or elevator closest to H&M and Dollarama and then proceed to your left.

May 25: 11AM – 3PM

June 1: 12PM3PM

June 3: 12PM – 3PM

June 8: 12PM – 3PM

June 10: 12PM – 3PM

June 15: 12PM – 3PM


WDG Public Health

490 Charles Allen Way, Fergus

May 26: 11AM – 3PM

June 2: 12PM – 3PM

June 9: 12PM – 3PM

June 16: 12PM – 3PM


Groves Memorial Assessment Centre

235 Union St. E., Fergus

This location is by appointment only, visit whcacovid.com, or call 226-383-2415 to book.



Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday: 11:30AM3PM 

Saturday: 1:30PM – 3:30PM

Wednesday & Sunday: Closed


Alder Recreation Centre 

275 Alder St., Orangeville

May 30: 11AM – 3PM

June 6: 12PM – 3PM

June 13: 12PM – 3PM

June 20: 12PM – 3PM

Mount Forest

Mount Forest Library

118 Main St. N, Mount Forest

May 31: 4PM7PM

Mount Forest

Mount Forest & District Sports Complex

850 Princess St., Mount Forest

June 14: 10AM3PM


Shelburne Library

201 Owen Sound St, Shelburne

May 26: 4PM7PM


Erin Centre 2000

14 Boland Dr„ Erin

May 24: 10AM – 3PM 


Puslinch Library

29 Brock Rd. S, Guelph

May 27: 1:30PM – 4:30PM


Palmerston Library

265 Bell St., Palmerston

May 27: 12PM – 3PM


Clifford Library

7 Brown St N., Clifford

June 2: 4PM7PM


Arthur Library

110 Charles St E., Arthur

June 3: 1:30PM – 4:30PM


Arthur Arena

158 Domville St., Arthur

June 10: 10AM – 1:30PM

Mount Forest

Louise Marshall Hospital

630 Dublin St., Mount Forest

This location is by appointment only, visit whcacovid.com, or call 226-383-2415 to book.

Tuesdays: 2:30PM – 4:45PM

For more information about each clinic location visit our Clinic Locations page.