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Ontarians who received COVID-19 vaccine out-of-province should register info with local health units

The Ontario authorities says residents who received their first or second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine out of province should contact their local public health units to file their info and obtain correct documentation.

Those who obtained their vaccines out of province or Canada should have proof of their immunization both by file or certificates.

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The province stated these who solely received their first dose should nonetheless observe correct intervals for his or her second dose as really helpful by Ontario health officers. For these needing a second dose, as soon as the knowledge is recorded relating to their first, residents will have the ability to ebook appointments by way of both the provincial reserving system, their public health unit or collaborating pharmacies when they’re eligible.

In sure circumstances the place a resident might have received a vaccine not permitted by Health Canada, they could be eligible to be revaccinated in Ontario.

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On Thursday, the Region of Waterloo launched entry to a safe kind the place residents can replace their vaccination data in the event that they received a dose out-of-province.

READ MORE: Toronto Public Health defends COVID-19 vaccine allocations to portal, clinics amid surge in demand

The area stated it could not solely assist ease the method of changing into totally vaccinated however it could additionally assist the vaccination charge be extra correct.

For the Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington Public Health Unit, in addition they have a kind residents can fill out here. People can select to fax or mail a replica of the immunization file to the unit or name them with their info.

In Hamilton, you’ll be able to scan, take a photograph or add the documentation to the confidential web site here.

Peel Region Public Health requested its residents who obtained their first dose outdoors of Ontario to name them to doc their info.

In Toronto, the local public health unit stated it could have extra info subsequent week on how folks can register their info. York Region stated it was additionally engaged on the same on-line kind.

“We continue to work on a process in alignment with the Ministry of Health’s guidance for people who have received a partial, or complete COVID-19 vaccine series outside of Ontario to have their #COVID19 immunization record documented into the provincial system,” an announcement learn from Toronto on Thursday.

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Residents can test their local public health web sites for what their units require.

Ontario can also be counting on vaccination charges to be able to proceed to maneuver ahead of their reopening plans. Next steps are taken as soon as a sure share of first and second doses are administered. The province is at the moment in Step 1 of its three-step plan.

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Ontario enters provincial COVID-19 reopening plan: Here’s what’s allowed in Step 1

As of 8 p.m. on Thursday, greater than 12.1 million complete COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered. That marked one other file improve of 210,638 vaccines (34,432 for a primary shot and 176,206 for a second shot) within the final day. There are greater than 2.5 million folks totally vaccinated with two doses.

With information from Gabby Rodrigues

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