Labrador-Grenfell Health is pleased to offer the Flu and COVID-19 vaccines throughout the region.

Book your flu shot or COVID-19 shot appointment today online through Pomelo Platform.
You can also book an appointment by calling toll free at 1-833-960-3643. All appointments need to be scheduled at least 24 hours in advance. 
Walk-in appointments are available at select sites. Please check our schedule below before your visit as updates to clinic times and locations occur regularly.

To view the GovNL news release around the flu shot, please click here.

To view the LGH notice, please click here.

About available vaccines

Seasonal Flu Vaccine

Individuals 6 months and older are eligible to get the flu shot.                           

•It can keep you from getting sick with the flu
•It can reduce severity of flu symptoms
•It can reduce risk of hospitalization and decrease the burden on the health care system during the COVID-19 pandemic.
•It can save your life
•It can protect people close to you because you are less likely to spread the virus

COVID-19 Vaccine

All eligible individuals are highly encouraged to get vaccinated for the health and safety of themselves, their families, and their communities. This includes people who previously tested positive for COVID-19 as well as those who were previously identified by public health as high-risk contacts so long as they have completed their isolation period and are symptom free.

People who have had COVID-19 infection can further boost their natural immunity with the vaccine and those who have been contacts remain susceptible until they get their shot.

Young people and children are particularly at risk because of school and workplace settings.

*Some people may now be eligible for a COVID-19 booster. 

Information for vaccines for 5-11

On November 19, 2021, Health Canada approved the use of Pfizer-BioNtech’s COVID-19 Vaccine for children 5 to 11 years old. The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) recommends that  children 5 to 11 years of age be offered two doses of the special pediatric formula at least eight weeks apart.

Information on receiving a COVID-19 booster vaccine

For information on the provincial plan for eligibility of the COVID-19 booster vaccinations can be found here

Please see below for current eligibility for the COVID-19 booster vaccination in the LGH region, including:

It has been 6 months since I received my second dose.

 

You are eligible for a booster. Please talk with a member of your health team to arrange your booster.

It has not been 6 months since I received my second dose.

 

You are not eligible for a booster at this time.

It has been 6 months since I received my second dose.

 

You are eligible for a booster. Please click here for information on how to book an appointment in your community.

It has not been 6 months since I received my second dose.

 

You are not eligible for a booster at this time.

It has been 6 months since I received my second dose (or one dose of Janssen).

 

You are eligible for a booster. Please click here for information on how to book an appointment in your community.

It has not been 6 months since I received my second dose.

 

You are not eligible for a booster at this time.

It has been 6 months since I received my second dose.

 

You are eligible for a booster. Please click here for information on how to book an appointment in your community.

It has not been 6 months since I received my second dose.

 

You are not eligible for a booster at this time.

It has been 6 months since I received my second dose.

 

You are eligible for a booster. Please click here for information on how to book an appointment in your community.

It has not been 6 months since I received my second dose.

 

You are not eligible for a booster at this time.

You are eligible to receive a primary series with 3 mRNA (Moderna or Pfizer) vaccines. Each dose should be 28 days apart.

You are eligible for a booster. Please click here for information on how to book an appointment in your community.

Information on receiving both vaccines

The National Advisory Committee on Immunization (NACI) is now recommending that COVID-19 vaccines may be given at the same time as, or any time before of after other vaccines? Individuals 12+ in the Labrador-Grenfell Health region are able to get their flu shot and COVID-19 Vaccine at the same time simply by booking a flu or a COVID-19 vaccine appointment.

Information on Upcoming Clinics

Information on where clinics will be offered in your community and how to book an appointment can be found below. 

The public is encouraged to check the schedule regularly as updates to dates and locations may occur throughout the week. 

Walk-In Availability

At this time, walk-ins are only available at select sites as indicated in the information section. This is to ensure all public health measures such as physical distancing can be maintained to ensure the protection of everyone’s health.

Book an Appointment!

Please use the following information to make an appointment:

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.

Booking Tip:

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Online Self-Registration

Click here to book online!

  • Individuals may avail of Moderna or Pfizer regardless of what they had for first dose. Information on interchangeability is available here.

*Individuals will receive the type of mRNA vaccine that is available for them based on age and availability, regardless of what type of appointment is selected.  


By Phone

1-833-960-3643

Special Considerations for Home-Bound Individuals:

Arrangements for individuals who require a home-visit to receive their COVID-19 Vaccine can be made by calling 1-833-960-3643. An agent will take your information and pass it along to a member of our Public Health team who will be happy to contact you and make arrangements that work for you! Please do not call your local Public Health office to make this request.

*Please note that home-visits are limited for those who are unable to physically leave their home in order to present to a community-based clinic.

Labrador-Grenfell Health has opened 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

COVID-19 Resources

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.

To cancel a scheduled vaccine appointment, please follow the instructions that were provided in the confirmation email.
To reschedule, individuals can walk-in or book a new appointment online.
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.

Scheduling of Doses 1 and 2

Labrador-Grenfell Health is administering the COVID-19 Vaccine in accordance with national and provincial guidance. 

Individuals 12 years and older are now eligible to receive their second dose of COVID-19 Vaccine 28 days following their first dose.

For more information form the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador on scheduling, please see their media release from July 15, 2021.

Am I Eligible to Receive a 3rd Dose?

UPDATED September 29, 2021: Click the icon above to find out who is eligible for Dose 3 via the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador's reference guidelines.

Reschedule / Cancel an appointment

To cancel a scheduled vaccine appointment, please follow the instructions that were provided in the confirmation email.
To reschedule, individuals can walk-in or book a new appointment online.
Please do not call your local Labrador-Grenfell Health facility to cancel or reschedule appointments.

Identification / MCP / Visitors

Please note that nobody will be turned away from receiving vaccination in the Labrador-Grenfell Health Region.

Please do remember to bring identification and your health care card (i.e. MCP) if you have one.

Visitors from other regions attending second dose appointments at LGH Vaccine Clinics should bring first dose documentation with them to their appointment.

Vaccination Records

Please remember to take care of the vaccination record you are given following your appointment.

Vaccine records are now available online here.

LGH is currently working to identify and correct any errors with online vaccine records.

Individuals whose records do not appear online after a week of receiving their vaccination, or those with errors are encouraged to contact public health by calling one of our offices:

  • Happy Valley-Goose Bay Public Health: (709) 897-2331
  • Labrador City Public Health: (709) 285-8321
  • St. Anthony Public Health: (709) 454-0367

Vaccine Information & Translations

Moderna COVID-19 Vaccine – After-Care Sheet

Labrador-Grenfell Health Public Notices

Labrador-Grenfell Health encouraging residents to get COVID-19 vaccine at pop-up clinics including Roddickton-Bide Arm area

September 4, 2021

COVID-19 Vaccine Videos

FAQ Resources (Posters & Social Media)

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