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COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic

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As of Monday, June 14 at 5 p.m., Niagara Health has administered 162,044 vaccinations. ​​Of that, ​​142,354 were first doses and 19,690 ​​​were second doses.

For Niagara Region Public Health's vaccination data, visit its statistics page.

Niagara Health's COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic is open by appointment only at the Seymour-Hannah Sports and Entertainment Centre in St. Catharines.

Eligible individuals can now book a vaccination appointment at the Niagara Health run Seymour-Hannah vaccination clinic using the Government of Ontario online booking system or by calling 1-833-943-3900. Please note that second doses are initially scheduled 16 weeks from your original first dose appointment with some exceptions. 

We encourage those coming to the arena for their appointment to please follow the recommendations provided in your appointment confirmation email. People are asked to arrive 10 minutes early but to remain in their vehicles until five minutes prior to their appointment. Individuals arriving for their appointments early can result in lineups at the clinic.

The following groups are eligible for COVID-19 vaccination:

  • Children aged 12 and older at the time of the vaccination (Pfizer)
  • Adults 18 and older in 2021
  • Indigenous people 12 and older and their non-Indigenous household members
  • People with highest-risk conditions and pregnant individuals
  • Highest, very high and high priority health care workers

Eligible individuals can now also book an earlier second-dose appointment for their COVID-19 vaccination as the province accelerates the rollout of second shots of the vaccine. Book your new appointment using the Government of Ontario online booking system or by calling 1-833-943-3900.

The following groups are eligible for a shortened second dose interval:

If your first appointment was booked through Niagara Health and you opt to book your second-dose appointment elsewhere, please cancel your existing appointment at Seymour-Hannah by emailing Include your name, date of birth and date of your second-dose appointment.

More information about eligibility and booking can be found on the Niagara Region Public Health website.

You can also find a list of pharmacies with COVID-19 vaccines in Niagara here.

On Saturday, May 8, 2021, Niagara Health’s COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic at Seymour-Hannah Sports and Entertainment Centre in St. Catharines surpassed 100,000 vaccine doses administered. Learn more

Second dose interval - highest-risk populations

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In It Together - #GotTheShot

We’ve asked people who have been vaccinated to share what this milestone means to them by sticking a post-it note to the arena glass. Learn more


COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic Map

Open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (dependent on scheduling and supply), and located at Seymour Hannah Sports and Recreation Centre (240 St. Paul St. W. in St. Catharines).  Parking is located in the farthest lot in front of the designated clinic entrance. Directional signage is there to guide you.

What you need to bring with you

Any healthcare worker with a booked appointment is required to bring the following to their appointment.

If you arrive without these items, you will not receive the COVID-19 vaccine.

  • Valid OHIP card
  • Government-issued identification
  • Proof of employment or role

Proof of Employment examples:

  • Employee ID badge stating your name
  • Copy of your regulated heath professional college number (electronic or printed)
  • Personalized letter from your employer stating you are employed by them with your name
  • Personalized letter from the health care organization stating you are an essential caregiver or volunteer and your name

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