COVID-19 Vaccine Information

We are pleased to announce that we are currently administering both Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine.Click here to book your COVID Vaccine Appointment


Getting vaccinated against COVID-19 is the right thing to do.  It is protecting you and others from severe illness.

It is important that you receive all recommended doses of the vaccine.  Longer-term protection against COVID-19 is not achieved until after all recommended doses of vaccine are received.

We are currently offering COVID-19 vaccines (Pfizer or Moderna) through our Central Nursing offices located in suite 108 at the clinic.  Appointments can be booked using the booking link above.  Walk-in appointments may also be available.

If you have questions about whether the COVID-19 vaccine is right for you, talk to your health care provider or family doctor.

This document provides basic information only and is not intended to provide or take the place of medical advice, diagnosis or treatment or legal advice.


We will continue to be an active participant in the administration of vaccination as it remains of utmost importance in the efforts to combat COVID-19 and reopen Ontario.  Please see the Durham Public Health website for the most up to date information.

We acknowledge that there are many questions about the COVID-19 vaccine and more specifically, how and when you will have the opportunity to receive it. 


Vaccine Eligibility:

Please check for eligibility in your Public Health Region through or through the provincial booking system at ontario.ca/bookvaccine.

Please watch for information from your local health department regarding vaccine eligibility in your region.


Medical Associates of Port Perry and the North Durham Health Team will be actively involved in the deployment of the COVID-19 vaccine.  We will provide our patients and community with information about how and when you can get the vaccine as that information becomes available.  We encourage you to refer back to this website for updates as well as those of Durham Public Health and the Province of Ontario.

We are committed to serving the healthcare needs of our community and we will continue to dedicate and prioritize our resources in response to COVID-19. 

Thank you for your continued commitment to Public Health guidelines as we all work to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in our community.  Your healthcare workers, both front-line and support, appreciate your efforts.


For those of you interested in learning more about the COVID-19 Vaccine, this series of links will help to answer some questions you may have.

Durham Region Health Department COVID information
Government of Ontario COVID information

Vaccine Information for Pregnant People (Updated-12-28)
COVID-19 Vaccine information
COVID-19 Vaccine questions answered
Dr. Dan Ricciuto, Chief and Medical Director, Quality and Patient Experience at Lakeridge Health, shares some information about COVID-19 vaccine in this series of short videos. Click Here

Dr. David M. Kaplan, a family doctor in North York and an Associate Professor in the Termerty Faculty of Medicine and Joint Centre for Bioethics at the University of Toronto posted a series of informative videos about COVID-19 vaccines. Click Here


COVID-19 Vaccine: Dispelling the myths and getting the facts.

Although COVID-19 vaccines were created in record time, it is not because there were shortcuts in the process. The research behind the vaccines is rigorous. Tens of thousands of people were included in the clinical trials. That's more than 6 times the usual number of people included in a typical vaccine trial.All 4 COVID-19 vaccines currently approved for use in Canada have published the ingredients lists for the vaccines.Fact: The vaccines are safe.Fact: We don't know how long natural immunity will last if you already have been infected with COVID-19. You should still consider getting vaccinated.

We recently held a Virtual Community Town Hall meeting to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine.  The information presented can be accessed here.