Individuals who need to cancel or reschedule their vaccine appointments may do so by calling 1-833-960-3643.
Please do not call your local Labrador-Grenfell Health facility to cancel or reschedule appointments.

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COVID-19 Vaccine Links

GovNL COVID-19 Immunization Plan

Click the icon above to visit the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador's COVID-19 Immunization Plan page.

Health Canada - COVID-19 Vaccines

Click the icon above to visit the Government of Canada's COVID-19 Vaccines page to learn more about the federal plan and the current approved vaccines.

LGH COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments

Click the icon to book your COVID-19 Vaccine appointment.

Individuals who need to cancel or reschedule their vaccine appointments may do so by calling 1-833-960-3643.
Please do not call your local Labrador-Grenfell Health facility to cancel or reschedule appointments.

Mushuau Innu COVID-19

Click the icon above to visit the Mushuau Innu First Nation COVID-19 pandemic site for information and resources for residents of Natuashish.

Book an Appointment!

The following groups are now eligable to book an appointment:

*Click the arrows to read more about each priority group.

Health Canada approved the use of Pfizer BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine on Wednesday May 5th. Individuals 12 to 17 years of age will be offered the COVID-19 Vaccine across LGH in the coming weeks.
Availability will differ across the region (including in schools or in community clinics). It is very important that parents and individuals check this site regularly for updates on how COVID-19 Vaccine will be offered in their area (either in schools or in community-based clinics).
As information is available, it is important to book appointments quickly.
Due to logistical considerations, this vaccine will only be available in each community for a very short period of time.

Please click here to view availability in your community/ area. 

Labrador-Grenfell Health is opening appointments for People Who Are Pregnant, in accordance with the provincial government expansion of the phase 2 COVID-19 vaccination plan. People who are pregnant have been identified as at-risk for severe COVID-19 in other jurisdictions and vaccines are a safe and effective way to protect the person who is pregnant and their baby.

If you are pregnant and have questions or concerns, we encourage you to have a discussion with your health care provider on the risks and benefits of vaccination.

View the May 3, 2021 Public Notice here

Rotational workers and truck drivers who have completed self-isolation can book an appointment online or by phone;

Rotational workers and truck drivers who are still in self-isolation who wish to receive their vaccine may leave their contact information with a member of the intake team when they are arranging their swab and a member of the local public health team will contact them to make arrangements for their shot.

This priority group includes members of our communities that are experiencing homelessness or with precarious housing arrangements. It also includes individuals who are new to Canada and may not have established access to healthcare (such as temporary foreign workers).

First responders are those people deemed vital to public safety. This group includes but is not limited to:

  • career and volunteer firefighters;
  • police officers;
  • border services (including FFA officers working provincial embarkation and disembarkation points);
  • search and rescue crew;
  • Child, Senior, Social Development Field Officers; and
  • Environmental Health Officers, Environmental Protections Officers, Highway Enforcement Officers, Occupational Health and Safety Officers.

This priority group is focused on health care workers who are required to have direct patient care and includes regional health authority (RHA) and non-RHA staff. It includes but is not limited to:

  • RHA staff;
  • Chiropractors;
  • Home Support Workers;
  • Dental Assistants;
  • Dental Hygienists;
  • Dentists;
  • Massage Therapists;
  • Optometrists;
  • Pharmacists;
  • Physicians;
  • Paramedics;
  • Air Ambulance Crew;
  • Physiotherapists; and
  • Social Workers

This priority group includes locations where people share sleeping quarters and eating facilities This group includes but is not limited to:

  • Long-term care facilities and personal care homes;
  • Shelters, group homes, transition houses;
  • Correctional facilities; and
  • Land-based work sites such as Muskrat Falls, Voisey’s Bay.

In the context of COVID-19 vaccination, people who are prioritized as clinically extremely vulnerable include:

  • Solid organ transplant recipients.
  • People with specific cancers:
    • Patients on active/recently completed cytotoxic chemotherapy (within last 12 months) or having other targeted cancer treatments that can affect the immune system, such as protein kinase inhibitors, PARP inhibitors or CDK4/6 inhibitors.
    • Patients with cancers of blood or bone marrow such as Leukemia, Lymphoma and Multiple Myeloma at any stage of treatment.
    • Patients with Lung Cancers.
    • Patients on treatment with monoclonal antibodies or immune therapy.
    • Patient who had bone marrow or stem cell transplant in last 6 months or who are still taking immunosuppressive medications.
    • Patients on treatment with different anti-cancer hormonal medications (for example for breast and prostate cancers).
  • Respiratory patients:
    • Any patient on chronic oxygen therapy (regardless of disease).
    • All patients (/16yrs) with Cystic Fibrosis.
    • All patients with interstitial Lung Disease (e.g. Idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, CTD-ILD, etc.).
    • All patients with Pulmonary Hypertension (PH) requiring PH-specific therapy.
    • Any asthma or COPD patient with a severe exacerbation in the previous year (ER or admission).
    • Any patient with severe lung disease based on PFT (FVC or FEV1 or TLC ,50%).
  • People with rare diseases that significantly increase the risk of infections (such as severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID), homozygous sickle cell disease);
  • People on immunosuppression therapies sufficient to increase risk of infection (biologic modifiers, steroid use>/ 20mg/day for >/ 14 days, AZT, cyclophosphamide);
  • People who have had their spleen removed;
  • Those over 16 years with significant intellectual or developmental disabilities;
  • Adults on dialysis or stage 5 kidney disease;
  • Women who are pregnant with significant heart disease, congenital or acquired;
  • And People with significant neuromuscular conditions requiring respiratory support.


*Clinically extremely vulnerable individuals who are 12 to 17 years old should receive the vaccine in the school-based or community-based 12-17 clinics in their community)


**Please note that eligibility by age will be based on vaccine safety recommendations (e.g. 18 years and older where Moderna is being offered)

This priority group includes those residents of NL that must travel in and out of the province as part of their work and do so on a regular basis. This group includes but is not limited to:

  • Commercial truck drivers; and
  • Rotational workers

Update April 23, 2021

Currently, this group does not include individuals who work in the mining industry. Please check back for any updates.

April 20, 2021

This priority group includes those people that play a critical role in the provision of goods and services, and also those people who are vital to sustaining key infrastructure where there is no inherent redundancy. This group includes but is not limited to:

  • Key personnel from NL Hydro and Power;
  • Day Care Workers;
  • Teachers, support staff (i.e. teacher assistants),
  • School bus drivers who have direct contact with school children;
  • People who work in food processing facilities, such as fish plants;
  • Individuals who work in convenience stores, grocery stores, pharmacies, and pet stores; and
  • Those who are critical to maintaining the water supply system.

Please use the following information to make an appointment:

* Individuals living in Labrador South and Labrador Straits should call their local Public Health Office to arrange an appointment for vaccination.

Please note that confirmation emails will reflect times of appointment in NL time. If you are a resident in the Atlantic Standard Time Zone/AST (i.e. Labrador Time), the time you choose when booking your appointment will be displayed local time. That is the correct time of your appointment.
  • For example: if you live in HVGB, and select an appointment at 10:00 a.m., your confirmation may say 10.30 a.m. NL standard time, but your appointment is at 10:00 a.m. AST as you requested.

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Phase 2 Priority Groups

Online Self-Registration

Click here to book online!

No authorization code required.

  • Select appointment type “Covid-19 Vaccine Dose 1 (by invitation only)

By Phone


Labrador-Grenfell Health Public Notices

Distribution of COVID-19 Vaccine

January 6, 2021

Vaccine Information & Translations

Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine – After-Care Sheet

COVID-19 Vaccine Minutes

FAQ Resources (Posters & Social Media)